Meadows’ Attempt to Transfer Trump’s Georgia Case to Federal Court Falters as Graham and Flynn Emerge in Jury Report

Mark Meadows, the former White House chief of staff for Donald Trump, encountered a setback in his endeavor to shift his Georgia election interference case to the federal judiciary, as ruled by a presiding judge. This development may forebode adversity for the ex-president. On Thursday, he apprised the judge overseeing the extensive racketeering case in … Read more

Trump, the Consummate Attention Seeker, Conducts a Campaign Predominantly Beyond Public Scrutiny

In the aftermath of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez’s announcement of his withdrawal from the presidential race, an unexpected call reached him from a figure who had hitherto bestowed scant attention upon him: Donald Trump. Former President Donald Trump appears to be smoothly heading towards securing the nomination. He has predominantly avoided conventional daily campaign activities, … Read more

‘I Refrain from Confining China,’ Biden Asserts in the Vicinity of Beijing

President Joe Biden finds himself on the third leg of his Asian journey, which encompassed visits to India for the G20 summit and Vietnam, where he endeavored to fortify bilateral relations. Three days into his prominent tour of India and Vietnam, President Joe Biden emphatically articulated that his presence and endeavors to fortify relationships with … Read more

Republican Presidential Candidates Stand on The Issues For 2024 Election

Where the Republican Presidential Candidates Stand on The Issues of “Abortion, China, Climate Change, Economic Policy, Immigration, Transgender Rights, Trump’s Investigation, and the Ukraine War“ The Republican Candidates on The Issues Donald J. Trump Vivek Ramaswamy Ron DeSantis Nikki Haley Tim Scott Mike Pence Asa Hutchinson Chris Christie Doug Burgum Will Hurd As the time … Read more