GOP Congresswoman Liz Cheney has known as on fellow celebration members to show away from President Donald Trump, asserting that her celebration ought to “not be embracing the former president” after he incited violence on the US Capitol final month.
Speaking with Fox News Sunday, Ms Cheney, the third highest-ranking Republican within the House, stated: “We are the party of Lincoln. We are not the party of QAnon or anti-semitism or holocaust deniers, or white supremacy or conspiracy theories. It’s not who we are.”
Her feedback got here as a report from the New York Times recommended that proceedings for Mr Trump’s Senate impeachment trial would pause briefly for the Jewish Sabbath on Friday and Saturday, on the request of a Trump legal professional.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has praised his son, Hunter Biden, who Mr Trump typically took purpose at, for being sincere in his newest e-book, which the US chief stated provides him a way of “hope”.
Mr Biden, in remarks that can air on Sunday evening earlier than the Superbowl, stated any “family that had a drug problem or an alcohol problem” would have the ability to relate to his youngest son, who has struggled with drug dependancy previously.