Tag Archives: Donald Trump

New House Speaker Mike Johnson Leads a GOP Majority Weakened by Declining Party Authority

The new speaker, despite having been able to pull together his GOP colleagues, will face the same challenges that McCarthy did. The party’s majority will still be small, it will still be divided, and the same forces that have weakened their party’s authority will remain in place.

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What Next for Donald Trump after Being Charged with 34 Felony Counts?

April 4, 2023, will go down in US history as the day when former President Donald Trump was charged with 34 felony counts, marking a significant turn of events in his post-presidential career. These charges, which include a range of allegations from financial crimes to obstruction of justice, have raised questions about what may be next for Trump. A stone-faced …

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Trump Indictment Won’t Keep Him from Presidential Race

A Manhattan grand jury has voted to indict former President Donald Trump. The specific state charges, reports The New York Times, “remain a mystery” but will be related to the Manhattan district attorney’s investigation of Trump for making hush money payments to a porn star just before the 2016 presidential election. It’s the first time a U.S. president or former …

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Post-election Thoughts: What Next after Democrats Retain Senate Control?

No matter which way the final election results go, and to which side the House flips, the next two years will be challenging for both the Republicans and the Democrats.

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Dr. Oz and the Battle Over the Future of Islam in the GOP

With Trump’s blessing, Turkish-American pop doc faces off against the old anti-Muslim wing in the senate primary today.

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Trump’s Acquittal is a Sign of ‘Constitutional Rot’

The Senate’s failure to convict Trump is a constitutional failure not just “in legal terms but in civic terms – a failure not primarily of political institutions but of civic attitudes".

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President Trump’s Term Ends on Jan. 20 – The Constitution is Clear

Whether he likes it or not, Trump’s term as president will end Jan. 20. What happens next is yet unknown, but at least that much is certain.

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What Biden’s Win Mean for Race Relations, Foreign Policy and the Supreme Court

President Donald Trump’s tenure lasted just four years, but in that time he dragged policy on an array of key issues in a dramatic new direction. Joe Biden’s victory presents an opportunity to reset the White House agenda and put it on a different course.

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What is at Stake in the US Elections

As Americans head to the polling stations to give their verdict in a historic election, many questions remain unanswered as to what will decide the outcome.

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Biden’s Long Foreign-Policy Record Signals How He’ll Reverse Trump

Biden goes way back with a number of world leaders, among them Chinese President Xi Jinping. Paul J. Richards/AFP via Getty Images   Even without a flashy virtual Democratic National Convention to formally introduce his presidential campaign, Joe Biden would be well known worldwide. He was President Barack Obama’s second-in-command for eight years and sat on the Senate Foreign Relations …

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