Deep Dive (Jan. 26): Trump Forms New ‘Office of the Former President’

By Tiffany Meier
Tiffany Meier
Tiffany Meier
Tiffany Meier is a New York-based reporter and host of NTD's "China in Focus" and "Deep Dive."
January 27, 2021 Updated: January 27, 2021

Former President Donald Trump’s impeachment is now in the hands of the Senate. Republican Senator Rand Paul challenged the constitutional grounds for pursuing impeaching, calling it the Democrat’s “partisan vendetta against a man no longer in office.”

Trump meanwhile is opening up “an office of the former president,” this comes as he distances himself from the “Patriot Party.”

Growing concerns of First Amendment rights disappearing under Big Tech censorship. Director and founder of Citizens for Free Speech Patrick Wood told The Epoch Times he believes there is an agenda behind the censorship.

This comes as Twitter rolls out a new feature for crowdsourced fact-checking. It’s called Birdwatch and encourages people to sign up and add notes to tweets that might seem misleading. Some call it similar to censorship seen in the dystopian novel 1984.

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Tiffany Meier is a New York-based reporter and host of NTD's "China in Focus" and "Deep Dive."