President Donald Trump is increasingly isolated in the wake of the deadly mob attack by his supporters on the U.S. Congress last week.
Banned from Twitter for inciting violence, Trump is unable to communicate with his supporters as calls for his removal grow not just among Democrats, but among leading members of his own party in the United States' Senate.
The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives is expected to move forward with an unprecedented second impeachment on Monday and charge Trump with "incitement to insurrection" for his role in the mob attack that left five people dead including a police officer.
Trump also appears increasingly isolated within his own administration.
Trump did not check on Pence during the siege and they have not spoken since; two Cabinet secretaries have resigned; and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has cut short his overseas trip to facilitate the transition to the Biden administration.
Here's what you need to know right now:
- Trump did not check on Pence during siege — and they're still not talking
- But Pence is still not inclined to oust Trump
- GOP backlash is growing: Toomey calls for Trump to resign; Christie backs impeachment
- Manchin, conservative Dem, says Trump should be impeached
- Impeach and then postpone trial? Top Dem says wait 100 days
- 210 co-sponsors for Article of Impeachment
- More arrests: Men photographed with zip-tie handcuffs
- Fallen Capitol Police officer honored in D.C.