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Though futures tied to each of the three major averages fell early this morning, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and the Nasdaq Composite are up 4.8%, 5.4%, and 7.3%, respectively, for the month so far.
Disney enjoyed a bit of magic when it came to its latest earnings report, and shares increased during premarket trading as a result.
Meanwhile, top airline executives will meet today with the White House to talk about the pandemic response. And the CDC will release its latest rules regarding safe school reopening today, too.
Also, President Joe Biden said yesterday that the White House has signed deals for 200 million more doses of the vaccine, meaning there will be enough supply to vaccinate 300 million Americans by summer’s end.
And finally, former President Donald Trump’s defense team is up today during the impeachment trial. They plan to condemn the violence and assert that Trump did not instigate it.
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The trial against former President Donald Trump appears to be losing steam, and will likely fizzle out soon.
After the House managers dragged on and on during a nearly eight-hour session earlier this week, Senator Lindsey Graham predicts that this will be behind us sooner than later.
“This thing is collapsing before their eyes,” he said. “And the not-guilty vote is growing, so it’ll be over by Sunday, I hope, for the good of [the] country ..I think most Republicans found the presentation by the House managers offensive and absurd.”
Senator John Cornyn, meanwhile said he believes the trial will wrap up by Saturday.
“I’m not a lawyer but I didn’t see a case there that a prosecutor can make in court against the president,” said Senator Roy Blunt.
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