Monday's proceedings showed how the former president refused to listen to "Team Normal."
Having examined dozens of characteristics that are potentially related to support for political violence, from political orientations to emotional states to sociodemographic traits, I found that five groups of characteristics are strongly related: racial group orientations, a sense of victimhood at the hands of an evil political elite, anti-social personality traits, a tendency toward conspiratorial thinking, and desire to build and protect a Christian nation-state.
The Biden administration is making a dangerous argument that threatens executive privilege.
The hearings are being followed closely by pro-Putin journalists, who have bashed the Jan. 6 committee as "a step towards dictatorship."
The former president issued a 12-page statement rehashing his false claims of voter fraud at the 2020 election.
"Bill Barr, a RINO if there ever was one, didn't have the courage or stamina to go after voter fraud," Trump said after Barr's January 6 committee testimony played on Monday.
Members of the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot, however, have expressed a desire to see the DOJ prosecute Trump.
The former attorney general laughed at a mention of the film in a clip played by the House select committee investigating January 6.
A former Trump campaign manager said Monday that two camps of thought emerged following the 2020 presidential election: "Team Crazy" and "Team Normal."
As the House determines whether Donald Trump broke the law, the actions of the U.S. Capitol crowds on January 6, 2021, are yet again under scrutiny.
Campaign adviser Jason Miller and campaign manager Bill Stepien testified that they believed it was too early to declare victory on election night.
Haley "can't run away from confronting President Trump," a Republican strategist told Newsweek.
Chris Stirewalt, formerly with Fox News, also explained how the Red Mirage happens in every election.
Former Fox News host Chris Stirewalt is among the names expected to provide testimony.
A number of senators intervened in the White House's plan to replace David Beasley as the head of the World Food Program.
In a speech earlier this year, Garland said that the Justice Department will "follow the facts wherever they lead."
Two of Trump's endorsed candidates—Russell Fry and Katie Arrington—are hoping to unseat incumbents Tom Rice and Nancy Mace in Tuesday's primaries.
Retried Lieutenant General Russel Honoré shared his reaction to the January 6 hearings with Newsweek, saying Donald Trump should face criminal charges.
The second day of the January 6 Capitol riot hearings focused on Donald Trump's unproven claims of election fraud.
Trump's former campaign manager is testifying after getting subpoenaed by the Jan. 6 panel.
The former federal prosecutor said the DoJ is playing "catch up" to federal judges who have already accused Trump of committing a crime.
Monday's hearing will attempt to show how people were persuaded into giving money to the former president's campaign on the back of false election fraud claims.
Donald Trump's former campaign manager is one of the five witnesses scheduled to testify beginning Monday morning.
"This was all about keeping power against the will of the American people," the GOP lawmaker said Sunday.
The GOP congressman said Sunday that "the only person in charge that made those calls" to the National Guard was Vice President Mike Pence.
Trump's willingness to use the "big lie...ultimately to incite that mob tells you a lot about the president's responsibility," Schiff said Sunday.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson said the Republican Party had to do some soul-searching to adjust the party following Donald Trump.
The former president called the Republican incumbent "terrible," saying she is "despised by almost everyone" on Saturday.
The former Meadows aide said Sunday that she "heard it directly from someone with firsthand knowledge."