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B) Pelosi: I urge all Members to take advantage of this time to write your story of January 6. I also hope you have taken advantage of the trauma and resilience resources provided by the Office of Employee Assistance, and I encourage you to do so if you have not.
C) Schumer: No one will be able to avert their gaze from what Mr. Trump said and did, and the consequences of his actions. We will all watch what happened, we will listen to what happened, and then, we will vote. We will pass judgment, as our solemn duty under the Constitution
A) Schumer: Only five Republican Senators were willing to take a principled stand against this reckless and ill-advised effort by members of this body who are eager to excuse President Trump’s campaign to overturn the election, and, apparently, to excuse his incitement of the mob
McConnell: I know President Biden will face political pressure from the left to rejoin Obama’s Iran deal, just as President Trump faced pressure from the right to abandon it..There is no question Iran is the biggest threat the U.S. and its partners face in the region.
McConnell: Unlike what took place 4 years ago, Republicans are not gratuitously delaying people who are mainstream and qualified whom the new President has asked to serve in key posts. If we find someone unfit, unqualified, or outside the mainstream, you bet we’ll oppose them.
B) Coons: What Sen Kaine is talking about is a censure resolution that would also specifically include the elements of the 14th amendment that lead to disqualification from future office. That's intriguing to me..we have to deliver accountability for the events of January 6.
Schumer on COVID bill: We want to work with our Republican colleagues if we can to include their ideas & input..if our Republican colleagues decide to oppose the necessary, robust COVID relief that is needed, we will have to move forward without them. It's not our preference.