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They have not earned your vote': Trump allies urge Georgia Republicans to sit out Senate runoffs A Georgia election official called on President Trump to condemn and "stop inspiring" recent threats of violence over the election. USA TODAY Allies of President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the election urged Republicans in Georgia on Wednesday to stay at home for the Jan. 5 Senate runoff elections, arguing Trump supporters shouldn't take part in another "rigged election."
For Trump supporters primed to disbelieve defeat, challenging the election was a civic duty Alexandra Seely, a 27-year-old dental hygienist, had never been in court except to deal with a traffic ticket. Yet days after the presidential election, her name was near the top of a lawsuit alleging widespread vote fraud in Michigan — a lawsuit designed to alter the result of a presidential election. In a handwritten affidavit, and during a subsequent interview with USA TODAY, Seely described what she saw the day after the election as she monitored vote counting in Detroit as a Republican challenger. Seely said she’s convinced not just that there was vote fraud in Wayne County, but that an entire election was stolen — despite conclusions to the contrary by judges across the country, intelligence officials, Trump's attorney general, independent observers and election supervisors in states red and blue. Barr contradicts Trump: Attorney General Barr says DOJ has found no evidence of fraud to alter election outcome Kimberly P.
Can Trump pardon himself? What's a preemptive pardon? Experts explain the sweeping power Michael Flynn pleaded guilty three years ago to lying about his conversations with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. USA TODAY WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump's unrestrained use of his pardon powers, which he has used to help allies, has raised a question debated among legal experts: Can a president pardon himself? UK authorizes emergency use of Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities should receive the vaccine first. USA TODAY LONDON – The United Kingdom became the first western country to approve widespread use of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by drug companies Pfizer and BioNTech, the British government said Wednesday. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency said the first shots will be given next week.
CDC-convened committee votes to add nursing home residents to first phase of COVID-19 vaccine access Pressure to create a coronavirus vaccine is increasing by the day, but for a safe vaccine to enter the market, it takes time. USA TODAY Public health officials voted Tuesday to add residents of long-term care facilities to front-line health care workers as the first Americans to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Nursing home residents previously had been further down the priority list to vaccinate as doses become available. "My vote reflects maximum benefit, minimum harm, promoting justice and mitigating health care inequalities," said Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices chairman Dr.
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Second dose of COVID vaccine from Pfizer or Moderna is needed, but timing doesn't have to be exact, says government vaccine developer We asked you to tell us your biggest questions about the COVID-19 vaccines. Here are some answers. USA TODAY People who get one of the new COVID-19 vaccines will be expected to get their second shot 21 or 28 days after the first one, depending on the manufacturer. But what happens if someone misses that deadline by a day, a week or even longer?