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Psaki fires back at Trump testing czar over vaccine claims

White House press secretary Jen Psaki fired back at Admiral Brett Giroir, former President Donald Trump's coronavirus testing czar, when asked about giving the former President credit for the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines in the US.

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Biden and his top officials slammed Trump's lack of action against Saudi Arabia, MBS in years before taking office

In the years prior to taking office, President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and many of their administration's top officials harshly criticized President Donald Trump's lack of action against Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the 2018 murder of Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Bannon probe gains steam as prosecutors subpoena financial records

The Manhattan district attorney's office has subpoenaed financial records related to Steve Bannon's crowd-funding border-wall effort, signaling that its criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's chief strategist is advancing, according to people familiar with the matter.

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DA subpoenas NYC property tax agency in Trump Organization probe

The Manhattan District Attorney's Office has subpoenaed the New York City Tax Commission as part of a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's real estate company, according to a spokesperson for the New York City mayor.

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Keilar: Rand Paul may have clapped for officer, but he didn't do this

CNN's Brianna Keilar reports that though Sen. Rand Paul did stand and clap for Officer Eugene Goodman during former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, despite being criticized on social media for not doing so, he was the only senator during the trial not wearing a mask.

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Analysis: Republicans acquitted Trump again, but this time is different

Former President Donald Trump's second acquittal by the US Senate proved the enduring power he holds over the Republican Party, with the results Saturday setting the dangerous precedent that even an autocratic leader who violates his oath of office can escape punishment if he bullies enough senators into standing by him.

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Analysis: Six takeaways from Trump's impeachment trial

After a brief Saturday morning surprise, when it appeared former President Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial could feature witnesses and drag on perhaps for weeks, senators rallied around the idea of wrapping things up instead.

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These Republicans voted to hear witnesses

Five Republicans voted with Democrats on Saturday in favor of allowing witnesses during former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, a move that now means it is unclear when the trial will conclude. The final vote tally in the Senate was 55-45.

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Analysis: Trump's many defenses, explained

Former President Donald Trump's defense team used just a few of the 16 hours they were allotted to make their case for his acquittal on Friday, and encouraged senators to use the rest of the time on Covid relief.

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