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At the January 6 hearing, abortion-ban fallout could influence Trump's wishes for a comeback. This is the reason

This is a lesson that odds makers have long learned about difficult methods. Never assume the imminent political end of Donald Trump.

But a one-to-two punch in Congress's investigation into the parliamentary riots and the impact of the Roe v. Wade on earthquakes is new toTrump'spersuasiveness. I am asking questions.

"Trump isn't worthy of being close to power again," said the editorial board of the right-wing weekly Washington Examiner, a long-time tribute to the former president, on Tuesday. I wrote this week following a surprise hearing of the moon. .6 committee.

The hearing was called at the last minute and introduced the revelation of Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide. Designated Survivor.

The hearing "confirmed the abominable portrayal of Trump's instability, unwavering, and complete indifference to his oath obligation to achieve a change of power," the editorial continued. ..

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"The Republican Party has a much better option to lead the party in 2024.

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Hutchinson, White House Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told the Commission that Trump seems eager to join his supporters at the Capitol on January 6th. She heard him.

She ordered Secret Service to take him to the Capitol, and he was the handle of the President's SUV. He said he had heard from the authorities that even the head of one member of his security details had rushed. When those orders were rejected.

And she was an advisor to the White House. Pat Siporone tried to get the president up, but Meadows told him that Trump seemed indifferent to the imminent danger faced by Vice President Mike Pence.

"Mark "Pat, I heard him. He thinks Mike deserves it," Hutchinson testified.

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The Special Committee late Wednesday, pleading with Meadows and others to include a warning that if the president steps into the Capitol, he will be "indicted for all possible crimes." A summons letter for Siporon, a longtime Trump royalist.

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That's another survey The article avoided a solid and procedural approach to Congressional hearings and endorsed a carefully measured and continuous storytelling style that made a must-see television from all five hearings so far.

"They did a really good job of presenting things," said Paul Beck, a professor of political science at Ohio State University, because the committee doesn't have Republicans loyal to Trump. , Said it was more streamlined. A story that unfolds.

Hutchinson said, "To be honest, I wasn't selfish and did a good job of distinguishing what I heard from what I saw and knew."

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As expected, Trump describes Hutchinson's story as a "lie" and a "fake story," and Hutchinson himself as a "false social mountaineer," damaging his credibility. Beck said it was another matter whether it would affect his nearly confirmed plan to seek a presidential nomination in 2024.

"It's very little, but I think there's some evidence. There was some movement in the polls," he said.

Supporters say, "I'm still pretty solid in supporting him. As you know, I think there's a reason to believe that support is declining, but it's well eroded. Please wait. ”

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The more pressing concern for both Republicans and Democrats is abortion, the Supreme Court The decision to overthrow Rho is the case of Republican advocates since 1973 in the United States and around the world.

Trump, who gave the court the conservative majority needed for last week's decision, posted the ruling on his Truth Social platform, celebrating it as "the greatest life victory of a generation." However, the New York Times reports that it is personally afraid of what could be "bad for Republicans" in the long run.

President Joe Biden seems to agree. At a press conference in Madrid, he was asked about deep-seated pessimism among US voters, but he couldn't raise it early enough.

"It's not just the Roe v. Wade case that's destabilizing, but the exorbitant behavior of the US Supreme Court to essentially challenge the right to privacy," Biden said. I am.

"If the voting data is correct and you think this decision by the court is angry or a serious mistake, please vote. Appear and vote."

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Polls have overtaken the decision that the majority of Americans have assembled by the Supreme Court as a threat to other privacy-based freedoms such as same-sex marriage and contraception — in the midst of a difficult mid-term. The season was ordered by a doctor to a Democrat trying to save the furniture.

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Will Biden, who is rebelling against his plans to run again, face his old nemesis in 2024, or new? I still don't know if I will face the face. , Beck said.

"There is a feeling that many (Republicans) like what Trump did, but not necessarily who he is," Beck said.

"For policy reasons, no matter how obscene his activity is, Trump has support. Can another Republican get that kind of support? Perhaps. But we need to be aware that we are two years away from the presidential election, and many things can happen during that period. ”

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