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The social-media bans hit before the impeachment vote. President Donald Trump is facing repercussions—inside the halls of Congress and out of it—as the country reels from the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Specifically: “a tool that the Senate can use to oust the president in the final days or even hours of his term if Trump acts again,” Russell Berman reports.
“Trump is already facing a stranger, more wide-ranging, and deeply 21st-century form of public punishment,” Derek Thompson writes. “The president has been canceled by corporate America.”
“The history of counterterrorism suggests that letting Trump off easily is exactly the wrong strategy,” writes Juliette Kayyem, a former Department of Homeland Security official.