Former US President Donald Trump was charged along with 18 alleged accomplices in connection with attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election count in the state of Georgia. Trump was charged with 13 count, including violating Georgia state's racketeering act. The other charges were about soliciting a public officer, conspiring to impersonate a public officer, conspiring to commit forgery in the first degree and conspiring to file… read-more
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Former US President Donald Trump has made history by appearing in federal court in Miami and surrendering to US marshals. He has been alleged of mishandling sensitive government secrets and engaging in schemes to prevent their recovery. However, Trump's lawyer filed not plead guilty to keeping the documents, in the court. This is the first time a President is facing the trials.
Donald Trump recently said that he is being indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate. He ignited a federal prosecution that is arguably the most perilous of multiple legal threats against the former president as he seeks to reclaim the White House. Its first case against a former president upends a Republican presidential and any felony charges would raise the prospect of a yearslong prison sentence.
In a contentious 70-minute CNN town hall broadcast after the verdict of New York court, Trump drew laughter from a New Hampshire audience. In the matter, Trump mocked writer E Jean Carroll’s account of him having sexually abused her. He called out all the lies of 2020 elections, and continued to insist the 2020 presidential election had been “rigged." Trump also repeatedly minimised the violence caused by his supporters.
A jury of Federal Court, New York found former US President Donald Trump guilty of sexually abusing advice columnist E. Jean Carroll. Happened in 1996, the judgement in the matter came recently, and said Trump is liable to pay $5 million to the victim. However, the judgement was in split, as the jury rejected Carroll's claim of rape, finding Trump responsible for a lesser degree of sexual abuse.
The United States President Joe Biden announced to re-elect for the position of the US President, in the upcoming elections. Biden said that he would stand for the democracy and freedom of the United States, and would finish the job, which he started. Addressing the media, Joe Biden said, "When I ran for president four years ago, I said we're in a battle for America's soul, and we still are".
The former US President was arrested in the 2016 Hush Money Transfer case and appeared before the New York Court, for a hearing. Although the 76-year-old is hoping to plead not guilty, Trump becomes the first US President to be charged with a criminal offense. Moreover, ahead of Trump's court appearance, hundreds of Trump supporters, anti-Trump and media gathered outside the court to witness the court proceedings.
Former United States President Donald Trump is going to surrender in Hush Money Transfer to pornstar case. Ahead of the claimed surrender, the supporters of Trump called for a massive protest across New York. To appear before the court, the Republican leader flew to New York in his private plane. Notably, Donald Trump is the first President who has been charged with a criminal offense. The court hearing is awaited.
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Former President of US Donald Trump is the first president who has been indicted with a criminal charge. Recently, Donald Trump shared a post, where he indicated his arrest, a political conspiracy. "This is political persecution and election interference at the highest level in history," said Trump. He further warned the Biden Government of backfire, saying, "witch-craft will backfire". Trump is charged of giving money illegally to a pornstar… read-more
Donald Trump, the controversial former President of the United States (POTUS), claims that he can end the war between Russia and Ukraine within 24 hours if he comes back to power in 2024. Trump claims he can sit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy for peace talks and said that it would be a very "easy negotiation" for him to organise.
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