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Intelligence Figures Urge Biden To Cut Trump Off From Classified Briefings After He Leaves White House

 Modern-day U.S. presidents typically continue receiving classified intelligence briefings even after they leave the White House, but some top members of the intelligence community have called on President-elect Joe Biden to ensure President Donald Trump is barred from top-secret information after he leaves office this week. U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to reporters on the…

US 2024 Elections Jon Stewart, Kanye West, Megan Markle Feature Latest Celebrity Presidential Candidates for 2024 US Elections

Photo by Timothy A. Clary / AFPPresident Donald Trump wasn’t the first celebrity to turn to politics. He won’t likely be the last either, even though his rein comes to a rather ignominious end after merely one term in office.Ronald Reagan was the first celebrity-turned politician that was elected president of the United States, serving…

New York Times: Trump allies have collected tens of thousands of dollars from pardon seekers

(CNN)Allies and associates of President Donald Trump have collected tens of thousands of dollars in fees from those seeking pardons from the President, The New York Times reported Sunday.The Times, citing documents and interviews with more than three dozen lobbyists and lawyers, reported that the lobbying for clemency intensified as it became apparent Trump had…

‘It was a non-event’: Pro-Trump protests quiet amid massive police presence across U.S.

By , 5 Min ReadHARRISBURG, Pa./LANSING, Mich. (Reuters) – Law enforcement officers far outnumbered protesters at state capitol grounds on Sunday, as few Trump supporters who believe the president’s false claim that he won the 2020 election turned out for what authorities feared could be violent demonstrations.More than a dozen states activated National Guard troops…

Here’s the biggest news you missed this weekend

Editors  |  USA TODAYOne nation, under extraordinary security, quietAll was calm in the nation’s capital on Sunday as barricades decorated the National Mall and troops stood guard downtown. The lack of people and heightened protection is an eerie contrast to the usual hustle of Washington, D.C. — now three days out from President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration — and a tumultuous bookend…