Exactly one week following the attack on our nation’s Capitol, President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time. He is the first President to be impeached twice. The Senate will take up the trial next week. Can they balance the trial with the important work laid out for President-elect Biden’s first 100 days?
Law enforcement continues to investigate and arrest those who stormed the House and Senate with more to likely come. Will there be accountability for other elected officials involved with the insurrection? The corporate world has stood up by pulling back its campaign donations. Will censures and expulsion happen if evidence warrants?
Biden rolled out a $1.9 trillion covid relief package. It was met with praise from both Senator Bernie Sanders and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Will the $15 minimum wage increase derail its passage? Tyler Axness and Jason Matthews break down this week’s moments on “What the Hell Happened This Week?”
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