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WSJ: White House pressured Georgia federal prosecutor to resign

White House officials pressured a top Georgia federal prosecutor to resign ahead of the state's high stakes Senate runoff elections because President Donald Trump was upset he wasn't pursuing Trump's baseless allegations of widespread election fraud strongly enough, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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It took an assault on Congress for Big Tech to draw a line on Trump

Wednesday's assault on the US Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters has created a crisis moment for the tech companies that have given him a free platform to incite violence and spread debunked claims of election fraud to his fervent supporters.

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Analysis: Why it's too late for Republicans to say sorry

Wednesday started with a rump group of House and Senate Republicans preparing to object to the Electoral College results to demonstrate their utter fealty. It ended with many of those same Republicans retreating from their deeply held beliefs about election fraud, tails between their legs.

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Can Trump allies block Biden's win? Here's what the Constitution says

When Congress meets to finalize President-elect Joe Biden's victory, several allies of President Donald Trump are expected to mount a futile bid to block the process based on bogus vote-fraud claims. CNN's David Chalian breaks down what the US Constitution says about the process and the final results.

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Don Lemon: Trump's 'attempted coup is the real fraud here'

CNN's Don Lemon reacts to President Donald Trump's call asking a Georgia official to "find" more votes and his remarks at a rally for the two Georgia Republican Senate candidates, calling Trump's continued efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election "an attempted coup."

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Georgia election official: Everybody's vote did count

Gabriel Sterling, the voting systems implementation manager for the Georgia Secretary of State's office, encouraged citizens to vote in the Georgia runoff election and criticized President Donald Trump for continuing to push baseless voter fraud claims.

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Tapper: GOP siding with 'insanity' over fact

After some congressional Republicans announced they would challenge President-elect Joe Biden's victory by voting against counting electoral votes next week, CNN's Jake Tapper asks why members of the GOP would side with the President with no credible evidence suggesting widespread voter fraud.

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Analysis: Why a vote on $2,000 stimulus checks is a GOP nightmare

On Sunday night, as part of his face-saving efforts following his utter capitulation to Congress in signing the Covid-19 stimulus relief legislation, President Donald Trump insisted that "the Senate will start the process for a vote that increases checks to $2,000, repeals Section 230, and starts an investigation into voter fraud."

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