Former Secretary Of Defense Blames Trump For Riot
Chris Miller made the statement in an interview with "VICE on Showtime."
"The question is would anybody have marched on the Capitol and overrun the Capitol without the president's speech," said former Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller in an interview with VICE on Showtime. "I think it's definitive that that wouldn't have happened."
He said that despite what the Senate ruled, former President Trump is guilty of inciting the mob with that speech on the morning of January 6.
Trump was impeached for inciting the insurrection and was acquitted.
Crumbleys can stand trial in Oxford school shooting case, court rules
The court ruled the incident "was foreseeable based on an objective standard of reasonableness.”
Murdaugh family items offered to highest bidder
Household items once belonging to Alex and Maggie Murdaugh have been put up for auction after the once-prominent attorney was sentenced to prison.
Antisemitic attacks jump to highest levels in decades, ADL finds
The Anti-Defamation League issued a report indicating 2022 had the highest number of antisemitic incidents in the U.S. since at least the 1970s.
Transgender women to be banned from top track and field events
World Athletics also issued strict testosterone limits on athletes with differences in sex development who participate in women's events.
Protests continue in France; King Charles III's visit postponed
Over 450 protesters were arrested as some 300 demonstrations drew more than a million people nationwide over unpopular pension reforms.
US and Canada reach agreement to turn away asylum seekers
The migration deal eliminates a loophole under existing rules that will allow both countries to turn away asylum seekers at the countries' borders.