"Black women is the reason that Donald Trump is no longer gonna be our president," the TikTokker said in a video that surfaced on Twitter Wednesday night.
Visiting TrumpStore.com now directs people to a landing page that says, "This shop is unavailable."
GOP Congressman Adam Kinzinger described the Trump supporters' assault as "a coup attempt" on Wednesday.
Just after the verdict of the Breonna Taylor shooting case was announced, 127 people were arrested in Louisville, Kentucky overnight.
The British prime minister said Trump was "completely wrong" for casting doubts on the election result.
The platforms have continued to host the video despite concerns from mainstream rivals that it contained misinformation and could incite further violence.
The president was temporarily blocked from Facebook and Twitter after he shared posts praising supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol building.
President-elect Biden's pick for secretary of state, Antony Blinken, had tweeted in support of Hong Kong, saying the new administration would stand up to Beijing.
Marcus DiPaola told Newsweek that outnumbered officers were being threatened and "didn't just open the barriers."
"I guarantee you if that was a Black Lives Matter protest in D.C., there would already be people shackled, arrested or dead," Reid said.
A number of lawmakers have publicly called on the vice president to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump from office.
The president's most recent orders include a ban on transactions with eight Chinese software applications, including popular mobile payment platforms Alipay and WeChat Pay.
The former chief of the Justice Department also said that "orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable."
"We believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.
The Illinois lawmaker described the siege of the Capitol complex by a pro-Trump mob as "a wakeup call" to install a new "sane captain of the ship." A second Republican later followed suit to support immediately ousting the president.
The building was reopened after bomb sniffing dogs and investigators deemed the area was safe. The threat follows a day after a violent mob of Trump supporters descended on the U.S. Capitol.
"It's wrong. It puts people's lives at risk," Mace said of the rhetoric used by President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress.
"This is your chance to finally defend democracy. Ban Trump from Twitter—for good!" the "Borat" star tweeted following yesterday's violent takeover of the Capitol.
Lowry is one of several NBA players and coaches to call out Trump for encouraging protesters to breach into the Capitol on Wednesday.
The president issued a statement on Thursday saying there would be an orderly transition of power on January 20.
"Our first priority in aviation safety and security is to keep any problems on the ground. Some of the people who traveled in our planes yesterday participated in the insurrection at the Capitol today," the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), President Sara Nelson wrote in a statement.
"The legacy of the president was ruined yesterday," the former Trump administration official said.
The RefuseFascism group, which is planning rallies across the country, has warned that "even a failed coup is to be taken seriously."
"I didn't do anything. I didn't breach the doors. I got shoved in. I didn't mean to be there", he said.
The office was left with papers and files scattered over desks and floors and furniture strewn across the room.
At one point, he told police officers: "You open the door for them and let them breach the people's house."
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO shared the image after a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the government building.