The Senate “risks declaring to all future Presidents that there will be no consequences, no accountability, indeed no Congressional response at all if they violate their Oath.”
The comedy actor went in on the Texas senator, invoking the time Trump called his wife ugly and calling him a “fascist” who encouraged “a white supremacist insurrection.”
The late-night host went off on video of the Capitol insurrectionists saying, “I think Cruz would want us to do this, so I think we’re good.”
“If the American people in Georgia don’t show up and ensure that we hold the Senate in Republican hands, that’s what is happening.”
Trump doesn’t care who runs the Senate if he’s not president. He cares about screwing McConnell and making clear that Republicans can’t win without him.
As Trump prepares for his big Georgia rally, the state’s Republicans are getting hit with conflicting messages about Jan. 5. What will Donald say?
The SEC, which can make civil charges for violations of financial rules, is “not in the exoneration business,” said James Cox, a professor of securities law at Duke University.