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Trump voters who rank the president's post-election as poor have doubled since November.
Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are set to leave the White House, and boxes have been pictured outside the offices of his staff, which includes the president's daughter Ivanka and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
The president-elect announced he would provide direct payments worth $1,400 to eligible Americans as part of his new coronavirus relief bill.
The president's account has been silenced, but experts say Twitter's problems with how it moderates content, including from world leaders, is far from over.
President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate is expected to cause further delays for the approval of the $2,000 direct payment to Americans.
The lawsuit is seeking the reinstatement of the president's Twitter account and a ban on AOC's and Omar's.
The proposed coronavirus relief package includes around $1 trillion in direct relief to American families.
"Hunting Ghislaine Maxwell" host John Sweeney has said the podcast tells "A dark fairy story of our times, about how power and money and connections can, for a time, blind justice."
A royal biographer has accused the couple of the "biggest royal sellout in the history of the family."
The social network said in a blog post on Thursday that its moderators will continue to limit attempts to incite violence, organize attacks and share deliberately misleading information.
Cawthorn told Newsweek the future of the Republican Party is "more conservative" than Crenshaw, but "less bombastic" than Gaetz.
A Public Safety Power Shutoff is being considered for over 14,000 Southern California Edison customers in Ventura County and more than 16,000 in neighboring Los Angeles County.
Samantha Markle told Newsweek that social media empowers people to "puff their chest" and "attack books like mine before they come out."
"The words and invitation of a president are supposed to mean something," Albert Watkins, attorney for the "QAnon Shaman" featured in viral photos of last weeks Capitol riot, reportedly said while suggesting that President Donald Trump should pardon the rioters.
Special Warfare Operator Tony DeDolph, a member of the Navy's elite Seal Team Six, on Thursday reportedly pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges related to the 2017 death of Army Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar.
Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) reportedly said that the decision vote in favor of President Donald Trump's second impeachment after years as a staunch Trump supporter "hurts my heart."
A woman was arrested in Texas on multiple counts of voter fraud, causing social media users to make claims about who she was working for.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson questioned Biden's decision to nominate Kristen Clarke by discussing statements she allegedly made as a student at Harvard University.
Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer called the situation "tragic, upsetting and, frankly, overwhelming," and urged residents to take virus precautions as COVID-19 cases soar.
The Let Freedom Ring event was "denied because the proposed number of attendees are more than what's being allowed as a result of COVID-19 and due to the potential for civil unrest this weekend," an officer said.
Following calls for impeachment, President Trump and his supporters maintain that the president's speech did not incite violence because he called for peaceful protests at the Capitol to disrupt the certification of the presidential election results.