Friday Executive News Summary
Trump condemns attack, Dems demand his removal, Georgia lawsuits pulled, and more.
Top of the Fold
President Trump condemns “heinous attack” on Capitol, calls for “healing and reconciliation” (Fox News)
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer call for Trump’s immediate removal, threaten impeachment (ABC News)
Senator James Inhofe says he’s never seen Mike Pence so angry amid Trump calls to block election certification (The Hill)
Trump legal team pulls four Georgia lawsuits aimed at overturning Joe Biden win (Washington Examiner)
Capitol Police officer dies after being hit in head with fire extinguisher during DC riots (NY Post)
Police release photos of suspects in siege (NY Post)
FBI releases photo of person accused of placing two explosives amid DC riots (NY Post)
U.S. loses 140,000 jobs, first monthly loss since spring (AP)
Trade deficit soars to 14-year high in November (Politico)
On a Lighter Note…
Malaysian engineers make drones out of pineapples (Not the Bee)
Porch pirate gets caught in the act, then gets his car stuck in the snow trying to escape (Not the Bee)
Policy: How the free market can protect and preserve the environment (The Federalist)
Policy: Six key takeaways every student should receive from Econ 101 (FEE)
Satire: Trump circumvents Twitter ban with emergency alert system (Babylon Bee)
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- Executive Summary