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Rank and file GOP senators discussing putting pressure on Trump after Giuliani debacle: CNN

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GOP lawmakers who were taking a wait-and-see approach to Donald Trump’s claims that the election was stolen from him due to voter fraud are having second thoughts about sticking by the president after the disastrous press conference held by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani that began with an impression from the movie “My Cousin Vinny” and ended with hair dye bleeding down his face.

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CNN is reporting rank and file Republicans are taking a look at the future of the party and considering putting pressure on the president to concede the election, praise Republican gains in the House and set the stage for a comeback in 2024.

According to the report, Giuliani’s press conference face-plant, which was long on accusations and short on actual evidence of fraud, combined with the president’s Twitter tirade to prompt a re-appraisal of the party’s short and longterm prospects.

Added to that was Trump’s plan to meet with Michigan officials in an attempt to throw out ballots in their state.

According to CNN, “a handful of GOP senators are talking about whether and how to interject in a way that will be most effective with the President. There is some talk of trying to talk to the President and trying to implore him to go out on a high note by touting wins in the House, and helping win the two outstanding Georgia seats — not to mention taking credit for the vaccine movement and other accomplishments.”

The report went on to add that the Republican leaders — presumably Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) — are not involved in the discussions.

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Stephen Colbert details ‘petty’ Trump’s 46-minute ‘pants-filling tantrum’ to ‘kamikaze MAGA dead-enders’

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"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert walked through President Donald Trump's recent 46-minute Facebook rant in an epic opening monologue Wednesday night.

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He explained that the world had been subjected to Trump's "call to arms" for his supporters, seeking to overthrow the election and nullify the will of the people.

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‘Book her on Jeanine Pirro’: Witness ridiculed after going viral during Giuliani’s Michigan hearing

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Rudy Giuliani's election fraud hearing went off the rails Wednesday evening as one woman monopolized the comments section with a series of rants.

“That poll book is off by 100,000!” claimed the woman. “Why don’t you look at the registered voters on there? … what was the turnout rate, 120 percent?”

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Trump witness at Rudy’s Michigan hearing demands photo ID because ‘all Chinese look alike’

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President Donald Trump's latest election fraud "hearing" in Michigan brought together a motley crew of witnesses including one woman who went off on a rant about photo ID.

Michigan requests a photo ID but doesn't mandate it to vote. But that isn't enough for one woman who said it's necessary to tell Chinese people apart.

"I think all Chinese look alike, so how would you tell?" she asked.

If the woman at the hearing has a hard time telling the difference between Chinese people, she may also have trouble looking at a photo of a person and telling if they're the same person on the ID. Voter rolls also don't have photos of the voter included in them.

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