WASHINGTON: Banks, corporations, and business leaders are joining Big Tech and social media in cutting ties with Donald Trump and extremist Republicans in the final days of his Presidency as he winds down four turbulent years in the White House as the disgraced leader of a discredited “MAGA” movement.
An increasingly isolated Trump headed out Alamo, Texas on Tuesday to celebrate 400 miles of border wall completed in his four years in office even as the walls closed on him on the social, political, and business front for his role in inciting violence. But a defiant Trump maintained that his speech which is credited with igniting passions was “totally appropriate” and the move to impeach him for insurrection is causing “tremendous anger.”
“For (Democrat leaders) Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to continue on this path, I think it’s causing tremendous danger to our country, and it’s causing tremendous anger. I want no violence,” Trump warned, even as the FBI and law enforcement authorities geared up for a possible second round of attacks on the US Capitol by white supremacists and MAGA extremists.
As the Democrat-majority US House of Representatives gathered to vote on a resolution asking Vice President Mike Pence invoke the 25th Amendment to boot Trump out of the White House even though only about 200 hours remain of his Presidency, Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank, his biggest lenders, cut ties with him for his alleged role in fomenting MAGA violence…Read More>>