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Enterprise Information – 680 Information Rogers Media makes use of cookies for personalization, to customise its on-line commercials, and for different functions. Study extra or change your cookie preferences. Rogers Media helps the Digital Promoting Alliance rules. By persevering with to make use of our service, you conform to our use of cookies. We use cookies (why?) You possibly can change cookie preferences. 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With less than two weeks until he’s gone, Democrats want him out — now — and he has few defenders speaking up for him in his own Republican Party.rnrn“We must take action,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared Friday on a private conference call with Democrats.rnrnAnd one prominent Republican, Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, told the Anchorage Daily News that Trump simply “needs to get out.”rnrnThe final days of Trump’s presidency are spinning toward a chaotic end as he holes up at the White House, abandoned by many aides, top Republicans and Cabinet members. After refusing to concede defeat in the November election, he has now promised a smooth transfer of power when Democratic President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in on Jan. 20. But even so, he says he will not attend the inauguration _ the first such presidential snub since just after the Civil War.rnrnIn Congress, where many have watched and reeled as the president spent four years breaking norms and testing the nation’s guardrails of democracy, Democrats are unwilling to take further chances. The mayhem that erupted Wednesday at the Capitol stunned the world and threatened the traditional peaceful transfer of power.rnrnPelosi said she had spoken to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley “to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes” for nuclear war. She said Milley assured her longstanding safeguards are in place.rnrnThe president has sole authority to order the launch of a nuclear weapon, but a military commander could refuse the order if it were determined to be illegal. Trump has not publicly made such threats, but officials warn of grave danger if the president is left unchecked.rnrn“This unhinged president could not be more dangerous,” Pelosi said of the current situation.rnrnBiden, meanwhile, said he is focused on his job as he prepares to take office. Asked about impeachment, he said, “That’s a decision for the Congress to make.”rnrnThe Democrats are considering lightning-quick action. A draft of their Articles of Impeachment accuses Trump of abuse of power, saying he “wilfully made statements that encouraged — and foreseeably resulted in — imminent lawless action at the Capitol,” according to a person familiar with the details who was granted anonymity to discuss them.rnrnThe articles are expected to be introduced on Monday, with a House vote as soon as Wednesday.rnrnIf Trump were to be impeached by the House and convicted by the Senate, he might also be prevented from running again for the presidency in 2024 or ever holding public office again. He would be the only president twice impeached. A person on the call said Pelosi also discussed other ways Trump might be forced to resign.rnrnSenators from a bipartisan group convened their own call to consider options for congressional action, according to an aide granted anonymity to reveal the private discussions.rnrnNot helpful, the White House argued. Trump spokesman Judd Deere said, “A politically motivated impeachment against a President with 12 days remaining in his term will only serve to further divide our great country.”rnrnTrump was tweeting again Friday, his Twitter account reinstated after a brief ban, and he reverted to an aggressive statement that his supporters must not be “disrespected” after he had sent out a calmer Thursday video decrying the violence. Toward evening, Twitter said it was permanently suspending him from its platform, citing “risk of further incitement of violence.”rnrnThe soonest the Senate could begin an impeachment trial under the current calendar would be Jan. 20, Inauguration Day.rnrnConviction in the Republican Senate at this late date would seem unlikely, though in a sign of Trump’s shattering of the party many Republicans were silent on the issue.rnrnOne Trump ally, Republican Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California, did speak up, saying as the White House did that “impeaching the President with just 12 days left in his term will only divide our country more. ”rnrnMcCarthy said he has reached out to Biden and plans to speak with the Democratic president-elect about working together to “lower the temperature.”rnrnBut Murkowski said she wants Trump to resign now, not wait for Biden’s swearing in on Jan. 20.rnrn“I want him out,” she said in a telephone interview with the Anchorage newspaper.rnrnAnother leading Republican critic of Trump, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska, said he would “definitely consider” impeachment.rnrnStrong criticism of Trump, who urged the mob to march to the Capitol, continued unabated.rnrn“Every day that he remains in office, he is a danger to the Republic,” said Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif.rnrnSchiff, who led Trump’s impeachment in 2019, said in a statement that Trump “lit the fuse which exploded on Wednesday at the Capitol.”rnrnSen. Bernie Sanders, the independent from Vermont, tweeted that some people ask, why impeach a president who has only a few days left in office?rnrn“The answer: Precedent. It must be made clear that no president, now or in the future, can lead an insurrection against the U.S. government,” Sanders said.rnrnPelosi and Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer both had private calls with Biden late Friday.rnrnThey have called on Vice-President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment to force Trump from office. It’s a process for removing the president and installing the vice-president to take over.rnrnPelosi said later that option remains on the table. But action by Pence or the Cabinet now appears unlikely, especially after two top officials, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, suddenly resigned in the aftermath of the violence and would no longer be in the Cabinet to make such a case.rnrnTrump had encouraged loyalists at a rally Wednesday at the White House to march on the Capitol where Congress was certifying the Electoral College tally of Biden’s election.rnrnThe House impeached Trump in 2019, but the Republican-led Senate acquitted him in early 2020.rnrn___rnrnAssociated Press writers Alan Fram and Alexandra Jaffe contributed to this report.”,”post_title”:”Democrats plan lightning Trump impeachment, want him out now”,”post_excerpt”:””,”post_status”:”publish”,”comment_status”:”closed”,”ping_status”:”closed”,”post_password”:””,”post_name”:”democrats-plan-lightning-trump-impeachment-want-him-out-now”,”to_ping”:””,”pinged”:””,”post_modified”:”2021-01-09 11:51:32″,”post_modified_gmt”:”2021-01-09 16:51:32″,”post_content_filtered”:””,”post_parent”:0,”guid”:”https://toronto.citynews.ca/?p=2371230″,”menu_order”:0,”post_type”:”post”,”post_mime_type”:””,”comment_count”:”0″,”filter”:”raw”,”permalink”:”https://www.680news.com/2021/01/09/democrats-plan-lightning-trump-impeachment-want-him-out-now/”,”post_title_shortened”:”Democrats plan lightning Trump impeachment, want him out now”,”post_thumbnail”:””},{“ID”:4936348,”post_author”:”805″,”post_date”:”2021-01-09 12:27:01″,”post_date_gmt”:”2021-01-09 17:27:01″,”post_content”:”Derek Francique’s mind races all the time with thoughts of his son, who was shot dead by police a year ago.rnrnHe doesn’t know why police tried to arrest the young man as he sat in a car in Mississauga, Ont., nor does he know the name of the officer who fired the fatal shot at Jamal Francique.rnrnAll he knows is that the last year has been a struggle as he holds out for answers on what happened.rnrnu201cThe only thing I know is that my son left his home, went to a car that he was helping to get fixed and my son ended up dead,u201d Derek Francique said.rnrnu201cThat’s it and we don’t know which police officer did it. Nothing.u201drnrnFrancique struggles to get out of bed most days, but also struggles to sleep, saying he’s caught in a netherworld he doesn’t wish upon anyone.rnrnu201cThe depression is real,u201d he said.rnrnu201cBut at the same time, you have to be as strong as you can be for your children and that’s what I’m trying to do.u201drnrnAround 7:45 p.m. on Jan. 7, 2020, Peel Regional Police officers confronted Jamal Francique while he was in a car, according to the Special Investigations Unit, which is probing the death.rnrnThere was an u201cinteractionu201d as police moved to arrest him and one officer shot at the 28-year-old multiple times, lodging one bullet into his head, the SIU said.rnrnThe young man lived for two days in hospital before dying.rnrnThe SIU said the investigation is now with the unit’s director for review.rnrnOn that January day last year, Derek Francique said he and his son were set to go see an ailing relative, but the young man did not show up.rnrnHe then got a call from Jamal Francique’s mother who said she couldn’t get a hold of their son. At the same time, a local news channel reported a shooting by police in Mississauga.rnrnDerek Francique said he went to the scene with a friend, but only learned that the person who was shot was sent to St. Michael’s Hospital in downtown Toronto.rnrnHe found out his son was the one shot shortly after walking through the emergency department’s doors.rnrnThe details of the next two days are difficult for him to discuss.rnrnu201cIt’s a very, very, very, sad, sad, sad, situation,u201d he says.rnrnJamal Francique, a Black father of a seven-year-old girl and a five-year-old boy, loved playing basketball, working on cars and riding his motorcycle, his father said.rnrnHe described his son as an animal activist who was ready to return to school to learn how to operate heavy machinery.rnrnu201cHis kids aren’t doing very well,u201d Derek Francique said.rnrnThe pain of the past year was also compounded by the fact that nine other members of Francique’s extended family have died since his son was shot.rnrnThe day after burying his son on Feb. 2, his father passed away. His stepfather also died in the past year and his nephew was stabbed to death in August, he said.rnrnu201cI haven’t got the chance to grieve past my son, let alone grieving for my father or stepfather,u201d he said.rnrnLast spring, widespread protests began after the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota and the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet in Toronto while police were in her home.rnrnJamal Francique’s family began speaking out at the rallies, but it took a toll.rnrnu201cI have to lie down in my bed for at least a week to have the strength to be able to stand up and have the courage and the ability and the power to do all that,u201d Derek Francique said.rnrnAt a Dec. 11 rally protesting police shootings, Peel police headquarters was defaced.rnrnIn late December, police charged Francique with mischief over $5,000 along with two others. He and his lawyer, Knia Singh, say the allegations are false and plan to fight the charges in court.rnrnJamal Francique was one of 55 people who were shot by police in Canada between Jan. 1 and Nov. 30. Of those, 34 were killed.rnrnThe Canadian Press tracked each shooting using information from police, independent investigative units and independent reporting.rnrnPeel police had six shootings in 2020 or a rate of 0.44 per 100,000 people, which ranks second per capita for local forces, excluding the RCMP and provincial forces.rn”,”post_title”:”Father struggles, seeks answers, one year after son’s death in police shooting”,”post_excerpt”:””,”post_status”:”publish”,”comment_status”:”closed”,”ping_status”:”closed”,”post_password”:””,”post_name”:”father-struggles-seeks-answers-one-year-after-sons-death-in-police-shooting”,”to_ping”:””,”pinged”:””,”post_modified”:”2021-01-09 12:27:01″,”post_modified_gmt”:”2021-01-09 17:27:01″,”post_content_filtered”:””,”post_parent”:0,”guid”:”https://toronto.citynews.ca/?p=2371238″,”menu_order”:0,”post_type”:”post”,”post_mime_type”:””,”comment_count”:”0″,”filter”:”raw”,”permalink”:”https://www.680news.com/2021/01/09/father-struggles-seeks-answers-one-year-after-sons-death-in-police-shooting/”,”post_title_shortened”:”Father struggles, seeks answers, one year after son’s death in …”,”post_thumbnail”:””}]}; /* ]]]]]]]]> */ ]]]]]]>]]]]>]]> 0) { if(-1 === adUnitPath.indexOf(adUtility.networkId)) adUnitPath = “/” + adUtility.networkId + “/” + adUnitPath; } else { adUnitPath = undefineVar(); } ]]]]]]>]]]]>]]>

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