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Blodgett, the Acting Sergeant at Arms, “magnetometers are being placed at selected entrances to the Chamber”.The notice reminded members that “firearms are restricted to a Member’s Office” and that members are required to wear masks “when entering and while in the Chamber”.Walmart, the world’s biggest retailer has joined other major companies in indefinitely suspending donations to lawmakers who voted against President-elect Joe Biden’s election certification.The Arkansas-based company said in light of last week’s attack on the Capitol, its “political action committee is indefinitely suspending contributions to those members of Congress who voted against the lawful certification of state electoral college votes”.Gary Gensler, a leading financial regulator under the administration of US President Barack Obama, is expected to be named chair of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by President-elect Joe Biden in coming days, two sources familiar with the matter have told Reuters news agency.Gensler was chair of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) from 2009 to 2014, and since November has led Biden’s transition planning for financial industry oversight.Read more here.US House Republican leaders have decided not to lobby their members against voting to impeach Trump, two House leadership aides have told Reuters, confirming a report in the New York Times.Republican leaders won’t pressure members to vote against either a resolution expected on the floor Tuesday evening that calls for starting the Constitution’s 25th amendment process of removing the president, or an impeachment resolution expected in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, the aides said.“Both are votes of conscience,” one said.The FBI says it briefed law enforcement within an hour after discovering online warning about “war” and storming US Capitol.Acting US Attorney Michael Sherwin and FBI Assistant Director Steven D’Antuono have said they have opened more than 170 cases on individuals involved in the assault.“Just the gamut of cases and criminal conduct we’re looking at is really mind blowing,” Sherwin said at a news briefing in Washington.Sherwin said federal authorities have already made more than 70 arrests across the country in cities like Dallas, Nashville, Cleveland and Jacksonville and expect hundreds more to be charged.“This is only the beginning,” Sherwin said.D’Antuono, who heads the FBI’s Washington field office, said the FBI is combing through more than 100,000 pieces of digital media to identify people in the crowd that attacked the Capitol.“We will be knocking on your door if we find out you were involved in the activities at the Capitol,” he said.Sherwin said the Department of Justice has assembled a “strike force” of top US prosecutors and is treating the investigation “like a significant international counter terrorism or counter intelligence operation”.Trump has urged “peace” and “calm” in the US after denying responsibility for a mob attack on Congress by his supporters.“Now is the time for our nation to heal and it is time for peace and for calm,” Trump said during a visit to Alamo, Texas.Sedition and conspiracy are expected to be among the charges facing some of the participants in last week’s attack on the Capitol, the Justice Department has said.Speaking from the Mexico border wall in Alamo, Texas, Trump said that discussion of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him from office early “is of zero risk to me but will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration”.Without detailing what the repercussions may be, Trump added, “As the expression goes, be careful what you wish for.”US President Donald Trump speaks during a visit at the US-Mexico border wall, in Alamo, Texas [Carlos Barria/Reuters]He then railed on House Democrats’ effort to move forward on impeachment, calling it a “hoax” and “a continuation of the greatest and most vicious witch hunt in the history of our country and is causing tremendous anger, and division and pain.“Far greater than most people will ever understand. The EU declined to comment.Crowdfunding service GoFundMe has said it will no longer allow people to raise money for travel to a political event where there is a risk of violence by the attendees.“Over the last several months and leading up to the rally and subsequent violence at the Capitol on January 6, GoFundMe removed several fundraisers attempting to challenge the legitimate results of the 2020 election,” the company said in a statement.The company will continue to remove fundraisers that attempt to “spread misinformation about the election, promote conspiracy theories and contribute to or participate in attacks on US democracy”, according to the statement.New York Senator Chuck Schumer says Trump “should not be in office one day longer”.He calls on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to join him to call back the US Senate to convict Trump in a Senate impeachment trial.Schumer, speaking in New York City says there are continued threats to the US federal government and that those who breached the US Capitol building should be immediately added to the no-fly list, barring them from flying on commercial aircraft.Chevron is reviewing political donations after last week’s invasion of the Capitol, Chief Executive Mike Wirth has said while speaking at the Reuters Next conference.The business backlash continues to grow as several companies have said they would suspend or review some political donations, including Marriott International Inc, Archer Daniels Midland Co and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.Businesses and institutions are cutting ties with US President Donald Trump after last week’s violent siege of the US Capitol building [Shannon Stapleton/Reuters]“I specifically asked my team to take a look at the events of last week and make sure those are brought into account as we make our decisions going forward,” Wirth said.About two-thirds of Chevron’s contributions went to Republicans and one-third to Democrats in the most recent election cycle, Wirth said.US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has cancelled his final foreign trip scheduled this week as Trump faces a second impeachment vote.Pompeo will no longer travel to Belgium on Wednesday to assist “a smooth and orderly transition process,” State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus said.An FBI office in Virginia had issued an internal warning the day before rioters stormed the Capitol that “extremists” were planning to come to Washington and were talking of “war”, the Washington Post has reported.“An online thread discussed specific calls for violence to include stating ‘Be ready to fight.

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