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NAACP chief suggests Congress may need to impeach AG Bill Barr

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On CNN Thursday, NAACP president Derrick Johnson tore into Attorney General William Barr for urging sedition charges for Black Lives Matter protesters — and said Congress should look into impeaching him.

“As far as the Attorney General, I wonder if we should be looking at ways we could impeach him,” said Johnson. “We should not, in this moment, politicize the democratic principles of allowing people to exercise their First Amendment right to peacefully protest in the street. We should not politicize administration of elections to continue to represent the strongest democracy — emphasis democracy — in the world, we must open up access to voting, not politicize and try to sway the outcome of an election.”

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WATCH: Carl Bernstein reports GOP senators are plotting against Trump if he tries to stay in office after losing

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In an interview Sunday afternoon with CNN's Ana Cabrera, investigative journalist and author Carl Bernstein reported that there are currently "6, 8, 10 Republicans in the Senate who are talking with each other about how to restrain what they regard as an out-of-control, almost madman... who is determined to do anything to hold on to office regardless of its legality."

Bernstein did not mention the names of the senators, but he did add that there was a power play being created behind-the-scenes if President Donald J. Trump used "provocative acts to undermine the Constitution."

Trump has stated repeatedly that he will not concede if the election results reveal a Joe Biden victory.

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‘We are not going to control the pandemic’: Trump aide Meadows makes confession during CNN interview

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White House chief of staff Mark Meadows waved the white flag on Sunday morning, admitting the administration has all but given up on trying to "contain" the coronavirus pandemic, saying they are directing their efforts to "vaccines and therapeutics."

With "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper pointing cases of COVID-19 are on the rise, Meadows attempted to attack CNN over their coverage of the pandemic, to which Tapper replied, "It's coming from all sorts of places because the pandemic is out of control.”

“So here’s what we have to do,” Meadows attempted. “We're not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other mitigation”

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CNN’s Tapper fires back at White House’s Meadows for personal attack about mask-wearing

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During a long and very contentious interview with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, CNN "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper snapped back at Donald Trump's righthand man for trying to mock him for not wearing a mask during the interview where Meadows was not in the studio.

After grilling Meadows for agreeing to designate Vice President Mike Pence as an "essential worker" so he can continue to campaign for Donald Trump after his office became a COVID-19 hotspot, the CNN host pressed Meadows why the president continues to refuse to wear a mask and doesn't demand it of his rallygoers.

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