MSNBC 13 Jan 2021

'Historic Disgrace' Of Trump's Impeachments Likely His Most Enduring Legacy


Rachel Maddow points out that Donald Trump is the only president to be impeached twice, and he was impeached by the most votes and the most members of his own party, and a person with that kind of record isn't likely to be remembered for much else. Aired on 01/14/2021.

President Trump's social media sites were locked as a slew of staffers resigned from the White House. Police face questions about the response to the siege. There have been only 80 arrests to date.
President-elect Joe Biden discussed the "precedent-busting" of his cabinet selections and the historic nature of Pete Buttigieg being the first openly gay nominee to lead a cabinet department as transportation secretary. Aired on 12/16/2020.
NBC News' Jane Timm reports on the most notable falsehoods of Trump's presidential term, from downplaying the Covid-19 pandemic to claiming voter fraud.
In the waning days of the Trump administration, construction crews are rapidly working to finish the US-Mexico border wall as President-elect Joe Biden pledges to bring construction to a halt. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports on the what the future may hold for one of Trump's biggest initiatives and the controversy surrounding it.
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