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Opinion: What Latinos want to hear from Biden

The installation of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States was a welcome relief from four years of Donald Trump's constant demonization of Latinos, from separating immigrant children from their families to building his border wall to tossing paper towels at hurricane-ravaged Puerto Ricans. Inauguration Day featured the New York-bred Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, of Puerto Rican heritage, swearing in Vice President Kamala Harris, fellow Nuyorican Jennifer Lopez quoting the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish, and the revival of "La Casa Blanca," the Spanish-language page on the White House website.

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Dr. Deborah Birx: Donald Trump presented graphs I never made

In an interview with CBS, Dr. Deborah Birx said she saw President Donald Trump presenting graphs about the coronavirus pandemic that she never made and claimed that someone either outside or inside the administration was creating a parallel set of data to show to Trump.

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Arizona Republicans still backing Trump are wrong

The Arizona Republican Party's actions on Saturday night sum up so well what we're seeing from much of today's GOP. Slam those who dare to criticize Donald Trump but don't criticize him for inciting an insurrection.

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The justices are expected as soon as Monday to begin to act on a mound of lingering issues they have been sitting upon, including abortion and Trump's tax returns

In the aftermath of a divisive election, a riot at the US Capitol and the unprecedented final days of the Trump administration, the Supreme Court kept many controversial issues in a holding pattern of sorts, sticking to Chief Justice John Roberts' objective of keeping his branch of government out of the political spotlight.

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How Colbert, Kimmel and Fallon plan to adapt to life after Trump

Late-night TV has always featured politics. Johnny Carson spent decades lampooning leaders of both parties on "The Tonight Show," and impersonating a president on "Saturday Night Live" is considered a badge of honor. Jon Stewart became one of the biggest names in TV comedy by speaking truth to those in power on "The Daily Show."

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Trump is not a fascist. That didn't make him less dangerous

Over the last five years, I have often wondered how political analysts who have compared Donald Trump's presidency to the rise of Nazi Germany would feel if a time machine sent them to Berlin in 1933. They would be stunned by the differences between then and now.

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Analysis: Chronicling Trump's 10 worst abuses of power

Former President Donald Trump flouted the limits of presidential power unlike any of his recent predecessors, leaving behind a legacy of unmatched abuses that range from violations of longstanding norms to potentially criminal behavior.

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Arizona GOP censures Flake, Ducey and McCain, signaling a fractured party in a key swing state

The Arizona Republican Party sent a clear signal Saturday that its leadership remains loyal to former President Donald Trump when it voted to publicly punish Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Cindy McCain, all of whom opposed Trump's efforts to overturn President Joe Biden's victory, or in the case of Flake and McCain, endorsed the Democrat before the election.

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Smerconish: This is how complex the Trump aftermath could be

President Joe Biden said in his inaugural address that restoring the soul of America requires unity, but CNN's Michael Smerconish says that might have to wait while Washington grapples with an impeachment trial and Trump's allies face the residual issues surrounding the former President.

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