In other news, U.S. intelligence is investigating a report from the Wall Street Journal implying that scientists at a lab in China may have been sick with COVID-19 before it was detected publicly.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has declined to hear a challenge of qualified immunity for police officers.
Finally, former U.S. ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, is suing former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for not paying his legal bills as promised.
Gordon Sondland, who was appointed by Trump as ambassador to the European Union and then fired after testifying against the then-president, claimed in the suit filed in U.S. District Court in Washington on Monday that Pompeo vowed that the government would pay the bills for legal advice Sondland received during the impeachment imbroglio.
Everyone who works with Trump is eventually humiliated even when he's no longer in power.