Only a few Trump supporters showed up in Harrisburg, while a similarly small group of about a dozen protesters, a few armed with rifles, stood outside Michigan's capitol in Lansing.
Threatened with more violence from outgoing President Donald Trump's supporters following last Wednesday's storming of the US Capitol, the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued warnings for next weekend that run at least until Inauguration Day, the source said.
"Full achievement" of Biden's goals will require Congress to act, Klain said, including the $1.9 trillion virus relief bill he outlined on Thursday.
His target of seeing 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine injected within his first 100 days in office is "absolutely" achievable, top USA scientist Anthony Fauci told NBC on Sunday.
The presidential inaugural committee and Bowser have told Americans not to travel to the inauguration, and said Washington's National Mall would be covered with 191,500 flags of different sizes, to represent the missing crowds.
Rudy Giuliani told ABC News that he would not be able to represent President Trump during his second impeachment trial because he himself is a witness in the case.
She went on to assert that in light of the recent Capitol siege, which led to POTUS Trump's second impeachment last week, it would be "very hard for them to tout any achievement they've made inside this administration".
Many believe Trump's baseless accusations that the election was stolen from him, a claim that has been refuted by many courts, the Justice Department and Republican officials in key battleground states.
White House officials are planning a farewell ceremony for Donald Trump as he leaves Washington on Wednesday morning for the last time as president, according to a copy of the invitation seen by Bloomberg News. "I'm not going to lose my son at the end of 2020, and lose my country and my republic in 2021".
The insurrection at the Capitol began after Trump made incendiary remarks at the January 6 rally.
In the aftermath of last week's Capitol riots, Washington D.C.is preparing for the scaled down inauguration of the 46th US President with extreme security measures - closing roads, erecting barbed wire fences and deploying more than 25,000 National Guards along with thousands of local police personnel and those from other security agencies. Those that monetized the lobbying efforts embrace a former federal prosecutor, a former private lawyer to the President and a former prime Trump marketing campaign adviser, amongst others, the Occasions reported. "He listened to what we had to say today and assured me he will and can get it done". The toll on Sunday surpassed 397,000, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University. "And we're going to do the job we were hired to do".