ArchiveNational headlines 1-25-21Herb Scribner·January 25, 2021· Share Democrats press ahead with second impeachment trial, as GOP is divided on how to defend Trump (Washington Post) Growing number of GOP senators oppose impeachment trial (Yahoo! News) – Calling it “vindictive,” “stupid,” “moot” and a “waste of time,” numerous GOP Senators want to just move on. Letters to the Editor: Oh, now Mitch McConnell wants a thorough impeachment trial? (Los Angeles Times) – McConnell is the same man who wouldn’t allow any testimony at Trump’s first impeachment trial Rudy Giuliani Sued by Dominion Voting Systems Over False Election Claims – The suit against Mr. Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump who pushed to overturn the election results, accuses him of carrying out “a viral disinformation campaign.” Biden to lift Pentagon’s ban on transgender people serving in military (ABC News) – The controversial ban was announced by former President Trump in 2017 through a tweet and reversed the Obama administration’s policy to allow open service by transgender people. Mexican President López Obrador tests positive for Covid-19 (NBC News) – Says his symptoms are mild while Mexico is in the grip of a second wave of the pandemic and the fourth-highest death toll worldwide. Sarah Sanders expected to announce bid for Arkansas governor on Monday (CNN) – The daughter of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will likely face a primary challenge — multiple top Republicans in the state have already announced a bid — but she is widely seen as an early favorite for the position. Transportation officials weigh options to enforce Biden’s mask requirement for travelers (CNN) – Flight attendants and other transportation employees find themselves on the front lines as tense situations have in some cases turned rowdy, and even violent, when a passenger refuses to mask up. Senate Republican threatens impeachments of past Democratic presidents (The Guardian) – “If it is a good idea to impeach and try former presidents, what about former Democratic presidents when Republicans get the majority in 2022?” tweeted Senator John Cornyn. Biden attends Mass at DC church where he worshipped as VP (Associated Press) – Biden picked Holy Trinity Catholic Church where the nation’s only other Catholic president, John F. Kennedy, often went to Mass.