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There will be 'no tolerance whatsoever for any attempts to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power', US Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen says.There will be 'no tolerance whatsoever for any attempts to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power', US Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen says.

Hundreds of troops stationed at US Capitol amid warnings against further attacks | SBS News

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen finally addressed the nation for the first time since the Capitol riots - but his video posted on YouTube was taken down Wednesday.Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen finally addressed the nation for the first time since the Capitol riots - but his video posted on YouTube was taken down Wednesday.

US Capitol riots: Acting AG denounces 'violent mob' in removed video | Daily Mail Online

Texas’ solicitor general who didn’t join embattled Attorney General Ken Paxton’s failed efforts to overturn the 2020 election results is resigningTexas’ solicitor general who didn’t join embattled Attorney General Ken Paxton’s failed efforts to overturn the 2020 election results is resigning

Texas solicitor general latest exit in embattled AG’s office - The Washington Post

Jeff Rosen posted a video on YouTube about possible threats Jan. 20.

Acting AG: ‘No tolerance whatsoever’ for trouble at Biden inauguration - POLITICO

Paxton has individually condemned the violence on television and social media while falsely claiming the pro-Trump mob that invaded the U.S. Capitol was infiltrated by liberal antifa activists.Paxton has individually condemned the violence on television and social media while falsely claiming the pro-Trump mob that invaded the U.S. Capitol was infiltrated by liberal antifa activists.

Texas AG Ken Paxton doesn't join peers in letters condemning Capitol riot | The Texas Tribune

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery had previously backed an effort challenging the Electoral College votes in four swing states.Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery had previously backed an effort challenging the Electoral College votes in four swing states.

Capitol riot: Tennessee attorney general joins in condemnation

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen vows no repeat of the riots last week at the U.S. Capitol as DC, states remain on high alert.Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen vows no repeat of the riots last week at the U.S. Capitol as DC, states remain on high alert.

Capitol riot: Justice Department will have 'no tolerance' for violence

Oklahoma's Attorney General Mike Hunter is one of 48 Attorneys General sending a letter asking the FDA for an update on the fight against opioid abuse. The letter asks the Food and Drug Administration to provide a report on what actions it has taken to fight the opioid epidemic by February. A bipartisan coalition of attorneys general have signed the letter. To read the full letter, Click Here.

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter Asks FDA For Update In Fight Against Opioid Abuse

The letter described the events as a “direct, physical challenge to the rule of law and our democratic republic itself.”The letter described the events as a “direct, physical challenge to the rule of law and our democratic republic itself.”

Wyoming attorney general signs onto letter denouncing violence at U.S. Capitol | 307 Politics | trib.com

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen delivered the following video statement on the seizure of the U.S. Capitol:

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen's Video Statement on the Seizure of the U.S. Capitol | OPA | Department of Justice

While Congress acted to impeach him, President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged his supporters to shun violence as the National Guard prepared to deploy at least 20,000 troops in Washington for the Jan. 20 swearing-in of his successor Joe Biden. The city's acting police chief Robert Contee announced the figure a week after thousands of supporters of the Republican Trump stormed Congress in a failed bid to stop the final certification of the Democrat Biden's election victory. About 8,000 National Guard troops were on hand for Trump's 2016 inauguration, Reuters reported at the time.While Congress acted to impeach him, President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged his supporters to shun violence as the National Guard prepared to deploy at least 20,000 troops in Washington for the Jan. 20 swearing-in of his successor Joe Biden. The city's acting police chief Robert Contee announced the figure a week after thousands of supporters of the Republican Trump stormed Congress in a failed bid to stop the final certification of the Democrat Biden's election victory. About 8,000 National Guard troops were on hand for Trump's 2016 inauguration, Reuters reported at the time.

20,000 guardsmen to deploy for Biden inauguration

Hawkins' departure is set to be the latest exit of a senior official in Paxton's office since September, when the Republican's top deputies accused him of bribery and abuse of office.Hawkins' departure is set to be the latest exit of a senior official in Paxton's office since September, when the Republican's top deputies accused him of bribery and abuse of office.

Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins Resigns From Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Office – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Jeff Rosen released a three-minute video on YouTube after lawmakers decried the lack of federal briefings in the wake of the attack.Jeff Rosen released a three-minute video on YouTube after lawmakers decried the lack of federal briefings in the wake of the attack.

1 Week After Capitol Riot, Acting Attorney General Finally Makes On-Camera Statement | HuffPost Canada

The Justice Department issued a video warning against violence in the days leading up to and during the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, including against rioters trying to occupy government buildings...The Justice Department issued a video warning against violence in the days leading up to and during the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, including against rioters trying to occupy government buildings...

Acting AG Rosen Warns Against Violence Around Biden Inauguration | Newsmax.com

FBI officials and members of the Department of Justice held a press conference Tuesday to announce updates on the investigation into the pro-Trump mob that violently attacked the Capitol last week -- but two key members were missing.FBI officials and members of the Department of Justice held a press conference Tuesday to announce updates on the investigation into the pro-Trump mob that violently attacked the Capitol last week -- but two key members were missing.

Chris Wray, Jeffery Rosen Absent From FBI, DOJ Presser

The Texas AG spoke at the "Save America" rally in the Capitol prior to the riot last week, telling the crowds "we will not quit fighting" to overturn the election results. <p>The Texas AG spoke at the "Save America" rally in the Capitol prior to the riot last week, telling the crowds "we will not quit fighting" to overturn the election results.</p>

Texas AG Ken Paxton declines to join 50 attorneys general in condemning Capitol riot - HoustonChronicle.com

A coalition of 50 attorneys general from most of states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories is condemning those responsible for an uprising at the U.S. Capitol last week, but Indiana's new top lawyer did not sign on to the letter.

New Indiana AG Rokita one of three to abstain from letter condemning Capitol riot

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson joined 50 state attorneys general on Wednesday in condemning the attack on the U. S. Capitol. The bipartisan coalition sent a letter to Acting U. S. Attorney General Jeffrey. A. Rosen condemning the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol and said the actions cannot be allowed to go unchecked. South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson joined 50 state attorneys general on Wednesday in condemning the attack on the U. S. Capitol. The bipartisan coalition sent a letter to Acting U. S. Attorney General Jeffrey. A. Rosen condemning the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol and said the actions cannot be allowed to go unchecked.

AG Alan Wilson condemns attack on the U.S. Capitol | WPDE

AG Alan Wilson condemns attack on the U.S. Capitol

President Trump's acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, warned in a YouTube video posted late Tuesday that federal law enforcement would have a zero-tolerance policy for violence at President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration following the deaPresident Trump's acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, warned in a YouTube video posted late Tuesday that federal law enforcement would have a zero-tolerance policy for violence at President-elect

Acting attorney general condemns Capitol riots, warns 'no tolerance' for violence at Biden inauguration | TheHill

President Trump's acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, warned in a YouTube video posted late Tuesday that federal law enforcement would have a zero-tolerance policy for violence at President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration following the deaPresident Trump's acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, warned in a YouTube video posted late Tuesday that federal law enforcement would have a zero-tolerance policy for violence at President-elect

Acting attorney general condemns Capitol riots, warns 'no tolerance' for violence at Biden inauguration | TheHill

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen vows no repeat of the riots last week at the U.S. Capitol as DC, states remain on high alert.

Some in Congress bristle at tighter security as Justice Department pledges to keep Capitol safe through inauguration

AUSTIN, Texas – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Wednesday declined to join a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general in sending a letter to Acting U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen condemning the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol and stating such actions cannot be allowed to go unchecked. The letter from the National Attorney

Attorneys general for every state sign letter condemning U.S. Capitol attack, except Texas' Ken Paxton - KVIA

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry broke with the chief legal officers of 46 other states who condemned the storming of the U.S. Capitol last week in a letter, with LandryLouisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry broke with the chief legal officers of 46 other states who condemned the storming of the U.S. Capitol last week in a letter, with Landry

Jeff Landry declines to sign bipartisan letter condemning violence at U.S. Capitol, pens own letter | State Politics | theadvocate.com

"We will have no tolerance whatsoever for any attempts to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power on Jan. 20.""We will have no tolerance whatsoever for any attempts to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power on Jan. 20."

Acting attorney general warns against disruptions at Biden inauguration - Axios

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita declined to join a group of 50 attorneys general who signed a letter condemning the U.S. Capitol riots.Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita declined to join a group of 50 attorneys general who signed a letter condemning the U.S. Capitol riots.

Rokita declined to sign letter condemning Capitol riots

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is the only state attorney general in the United States who did not sign on to one of two letters sent this week condemning the violent insurrection of the U.S. Capitol mounted last week by supporters of President Donald Trump.Paxton has individually condemned the v...Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is the only state attorney general in the United States who did not sign on to one of two letters sent this week condemning the violent insurrection of the U.S. Capitol mounted last week by supporters of President Donald Trump.Paxton has individually condemned the v...

Texas' Ken Paxton is only state attorney general in the US who didn’t sign letters condemning Capitol insurrection - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism