The Himachal Pradesh Police have registered an FIR in a forgery case where two e-passes were issued in the name of former US President Donald Trump and superstar Amitabh Bachchan. The police on May 7 said both passes recovered, HP2563825 and HP2563287, were linked to same Aadhaar and mobile number. The Himachal government had made e-passes mandatory from April 27 for those entering the state for contact-tracing and quarantine purposes.
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Former US President Donald Trump's Facebook ban, which came into effect following Capitol riots, has been granted continuation by the company's oversight board on May 5. However, the board also said suspension of Trump without clear time-frame was wrong and has given six months time to Facebook to decide on Trump's return. Meanwhile, Trump reacted to his ban, calling it "a total disgrace" and warning companies of paying "political price".
Former US President Donald Trump has announced to launch his own social media space on his website, months after being banned from several platforms. Contents of the new space named "From The Desk Of Donald J. Trump" will not feature his previous Twitter and Facebook posts but can be shared on both the platforms. Twitter has stated that it would allow sharing of Trump's thoughts given they are not provocative.
Former US Vice President Mike Pence has signed a multimillion-dollar deal for a book that is scheduled for a 2023 release. Simon and Schuster will publish Pence's "revelatory" memoir which will include details about his life in the public service and working with the former President Donald Trump. Moreover, Pence will be the first leader from the Trump's administration to publish an autobiography.
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After Former US President Donald Trump's notification of the ban of the HB-1 visa lapsed on March 31, President Joe Biden did not issue any further notification on the ban. As per reports in 'The Wall Street Journal', the White House will not renew the ban on visas. Meanwhile, Republican Senator Josh Hawley has urged the President to extend the ban in the country.
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Former US President Donald Trump, on March 29, crashed a wedding at his own Mar-a-Lago club and raised a weird toast to the newly-wed. Despite the setting for a wedding, Trump slammed Joe Biden citing his policies, the US-Mexico border issue and China. Besides, he was heard asking "Do you miss me yet?". Reportedly, the news was tweeted by the bride who happily captioned "That's MY President".
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In a historical move by Joe Biden-led US administration, paediatrician Rachel Levine has become the highest-ranking transgender official to serve in the US government. Levine has been appointed as POTUS Biden's assistant secretary of health, which was confirmed by a 52-48 vote. Interestingly, even two Republicans voted in favor of the appointment. Earlier leading the Pennsylvania Health Department, Levine's prime task will be to tackle the… read-more
Georgia Secretary of State's Office has recovered a trash folder that contains the recording of voice call between former US President Donald Trump and state investigator Frances Watson. Recovered from the state investigator's device, the recorded call revealed that Trump was luring Watson to propagate the fake claims of voter fraud. In addition, the recording also showed Trump's eagerness to influence Georgia election officials. However, … read-more
Weeks after leaving the White House, former US President Donald Trump in his February 28 appearance hinted to contest the 2024 presidential elections. Addressing Florida’s the Conservative Political Action Conference, he attacked President Joe Biden again with his election fraud claims besides pledging to regain majority. Trump also expressed his bitterness for Republicans who voted for his impeachment saying, "Get rid of 'em all." He even… read-more
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Former US President Donald Trump's first casino Trump Plaza Hotel in Atlantic City was demolished on February 17. Inaugurated in 1984 and Trump's first property ever, the building was demolished as its exterior had started to crumble due to low maintenance since its closure in 2014. However, Trump had sold the building to billionaire investor Carl Icahn already in 2016. Interestingly, Trump owned three more casinos, but they all are now… read-more