Without breaking character, Donald Trump brought his 2024 presidential re-election campaign to a New York City courthouse to show his faithful followers he is unafraid of judicial forces trying to derail his return to presidential power
With exactly one year left for the US presidential election 2024, it will be a choice between the history of soaring fascism in 1934 and events that have transpired in the 90 years since creating today’s reality. Hope comes from a pop music star who actively urges young fans to vote
Trump managed himself into bankruptcy six times in casinos, airlines, steaks, wine, universities and real estate. His 2016 election required voters to ignore reality or feign amnesia. Understanding this makes Trump less a phenomenon or role model than the ultimate realization of a tradition as old as the nation itself. His bravado at the defense table in a trial where the judge has already ruled him a fraud is his way of reflecting his own hype: Penalties? What’s $250 million to a man like me, his behaviour demonstrates. Despite facing 91 felony counts in four separate criminal cases, he was determined to make the civil suit in New York into a carnival to help his 2024 campaign for US president
As the US campaign express entered its final year ahead of the presidential election in November 2024, voters are offered a first generation American of Indian origin whose energized performance befits a high-tech entrepreneur who claims he has all the answers despite lacking political experience
He’s a wealthy Indian-American businessman with no name recognition and no political experience, but his bid to become president of the United States of America in the 2024 election is gaining lots of attention. Vivek Ramaswamy is testing his dream scenario as one more step in a lifetime of over-achievement
The Georgia indictment against the former president uses a state law against racketeering—(RICO)—naming him and 18 others in a case potentially more devastating than multiple federal charges already filed. No legal situation can keep Trump from running for the president except a conviction for conspiracy to overthrow the US Constitution. Even if elected, he cannot pardon himself for a state-level crime
The former president Donald Trump appeared in a Washington court after he was indicted for the third time for using illegal means to stay in power. The four-count federal indictment contains a massive amount of evidence against Trump and his lawyers. The Justice Department team led by prosecutor Jack smith has painstakingly reconstructed Trump’s every day and every conversation from mid-October 2020 through January 2021 when Joe Biden was certified as president
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, walked into a federal court in Delaware last week expecting to accept a guilty plea-bargain over a gun possession charge and failure to pay proper income tax on earnings. As long as ex-president Donald Trump remains under indictments in multiple state and federal cases, there will be pressure on Hunter Biden.
Vivek Ramaswamy is a 37-year-old biotech entrepreneur spending his own fortune campaigning to be the Republican candidate for president in the 2024 election. This Libertarian-style Republican is focused on being an attractive choice for pro-Trump Americans, who are concerned that mounting legal indictments and trials will sideline the former president
America celebrates 247 years of Independence against a backdrop of a nation at war with itself over what democracy means. The conservative-dominated Supreme Court has become the major player in changing the regulatory power of the federal and state governments. There are two reasons—because they can and because the US Congress is gridlocked by performative politicians, accomplishing very little.