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Baptist Pastor Stewart Allen-Clark is now on leave and receiving "professional counselling."
America, we got lucky. On the laundry list of things Donald Trump has been terrible at, transforming our country into a fascist autocracy was only the latest.
Texts cast doubt over the prime minister's claim that he and his office learned of Brittany Higgins’ rape allegations last week.
Following a conversation with his wife Jenny, the PM said he was "shattered" over how his party handled Higgins' allegations.
The son of the Trump Organization's chief financial officer works at a real estate investment trust that made the loans, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Trump's defence attorney David Schoen, an Orthodox Jew, was engaging in a Jewish ritual.
"It won't be because the facts were with him or his lawyers mounted a competent defense," Clinton wrote on Twitter.
The video, released by the impeachment managers, provides a new perspective on the violence that unfolded at the Capitol on January 6.
The former president in 1993 promised the town he would not live at Mar-a-Lago if they gave him permission to convert the estate into a for-profit social club.
The GOP senator complained that "Team Biden is soft on China." Critics noted that Team Cruz is soft on domestic insurrectionists.
The Missouri senator didn't exactly help his home state's team.
The House member and QAnon conspiracist did the bare minimum when she acknowledged that the September 11 attacks did in fact occur.
Biden acknowledged one of the former first lady's signature efforts with a basket of fresh vegetables harvested from the White House Kitchen Garden.
The Georgia congresswoman is under fire for her incendiary social media posts.
"The word bears no resemblance to anything the former president was about," the CNN anchor said of a typo on a key document defending Trump.
Donald Trump's second-born son insisted to Fox News that his father is the most beloved political figure in US history.
Former President Donald Trump still denies that he lied when he riled up supporters by claiming the election was stolen.
The Senate leader was assured by Jared Kushner that the former president would "bow to reality" and concede, according to the report.
Rep. Stephen Lynch received both doses prior to Inauguration Day, according to his spokesperson.