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House Judiciary GOP slammed for ‘bizarre and psychopathic’ tweet implying Barrett is a birthday gift for Hillary Clinton

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Jim Jordan speaks at House Judiciary Committee hearing (MSNBC/screen grab)

On Monday evening, the House Judiciary Committee tweeted a gloating jab at Hillary Clinton following the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

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The juvenile behavior of the committee, whose ranking member is Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), promptly earned criticism from commenters on social media.

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Incoming GOP lawmaker put on the spot over her legitimacy with Trump calling the election ‘rigged’

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Filling in for regular "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper on Sunday, CNN's Dana Bash asked a newly-elected GOP lawmaker if the president undermined her legitimacy as a House member with his insistence there was massive voter fraud.

Speaking with incoming Reps. Nicolle Malliotakis (R-NY) and Nancy Mace (R-SC), Bash asked the New York representative-elect about Trump's election conspiracy theories.

After noting Trump lawyers' accusations of voter fraud have been "laughed' out of court, she turned to Malliotakis.

"I'll go to you, Congresswoman-elect Nicole Malliotakis: Does it concern you that the president is undermining the results of an election that both of you won?" Bash asked.

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2020 Election

In first interview since loss, Trump goes off the rails and suggests FBI is ‘involved’ in stealing election

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In his first interview since losing to President-elect Joe Biden, President Donald Trump repeated false claims about voter fraud and suggested that the FBI was "involved" in stealing the election.

Trump made the claims while speaking to Fox News host Maria Bartiromo.

"They send millions and millions and millions of mail-in ballots," Trump opined. "I'm sure you know people that got two, three, four -- because I do. They got four ballots. They got one at a country home. Dead people were seeing ballots. But even worse, dead people were applying to get a ballot. They were making applications to get ballots. Many. And we're not talking about 10 people, we're talking -- there are a lot of dead people that so-called voted this election."

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2020 Election

When lame ducks refuse to cooperate

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After President Donald Trump allowed General Services Administration head Emily W. Murphy to begin a transition into the administration of President-elect Joe Biden on Monday, the Biden team reported that the White House has also begun to schedule a meeting between the former vice president's people and those of the outgoing administration. Biden has described the Trump team's efforts as "sincere."

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