Joe Manchin Said Goodbye to the Senate: Here’s What it Means.

On Thursday, Senator Joe Manchin announced he would not run for re-election in 2024, but he left open the possibility of running for president. Manchin announced his decision through a video on a social media platform, asserting he had fulfilled his objectives for his state.Manchin said he has made one of his life’s most difficult … Read more

DeSantis Challenges Trump’s Electability: Believes He Should Be Removed if Convicted

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has suggested that former President Donald Trump should be removed from the GOP primary if he is convicted in any of the cases against him. DeSantis, who is currently trailing behind Trump in the polls, believes that if Trump is convicted and becomes the GOP nominee, he will be defeated in … Read more

Trump Fights Back: Gag Orders Under Spotlight in Presidential Prelude

Former President Donald Trump is contending with two restraining directives in his legal battles in New York and Washington D.C., sparking a vigorous discussion on the interplay between safeguarding free speech and ensuring fair trial proceedings. In a decision from the D.C. District Court, Judge Tanya Chutkan upheld a restrictive order on Oct. 29, opposing … Read more

Trump’s Ballot Access at Stake in Key Swing State

Hearings began on Monday in a case that could potentially remove former President Donald Trump from the ballot in a critical swing state. The judge overseeing this legal challenge was appointed by the state’s Democratic governor, Jared Polis (appointed in August 2022). The proceedings commenced in a Denver courtroom under the supervision of Judge Sarah … Read more

GOP Election Shock: The Battle for Second Place Heats Up in Iowa

In the upcoming 2024 Republican presidential nominating contest in Iowa, the primary focus appears to be on who will secure second place. Former President Donald Trump is in a strong position to win the state. However, his competitors often highlight the potential for shifts in support during the final months leading up to the Iowa … Read more

Jim Jordan’s Journey to Become House Speaker Hits a Roadblock Again

The GOP-controlled House refrained from conducting additional votes on Tuesday after Rep. Jim Jordan’s unsuccessful bid for the speakership in the day’s solitary ballot. Though many had anticipated a subsequent ballot that evening, Jordan confirmed it would be held at 11 a.m. on October 18. Jordan, expressing optimism, remarked to the press, “We are going … Read more

The House Speaker Race Takes a Turn: Jim Jordan Could Unexpectedly Secure the House Speaker

Representative Steve Scalise from Louisiana, the House Majority Leader, is reportedly far from the required 217 votes to secure the position of House Speaker. According to a Republican leader, he is expected to fall short by at least 20 votes. This situation may pave the way for Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, who has the … Read more

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is Ditching the Democrats; Calls for a New Declaration of Independence

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently announced his decision to run as an independent candidate in the 2024 presidential election, stepping away from the Democratic primary. Addressing a gathering at Philadelphia’s Independence Mall, Kennedy emphasized his vision for a renewed declaration of independence for the nation. He expressed his intent to distance the country from powerful … Read more

Trump’s Next Big Move: White House or House Speaker?

Troy Nehls, a Republican from Texas, has expressed his intention to nominate former President Donald Trump as the next Speaker of the US House of Representatives. This announcement follows the removal of Kevin McCarthy from the position by the Republican party. Nehls stated, “President Trump, the greatest president of my lifetime, has a proven record … Read more

Judge Issues Gag Order to Trump Following Controversial Clerk Pos

Donald Trump faced a restricted gag order from a New York judge on Tuesday following his public criticism of a court official’s integrity during the second day of his ongoing bank fraud trial. Judge Arthur F. Engoron expressed his disapproval, stating, “Personal attacks on members of my court staff are unacceptable, not appropriate.” Earlier, Trump … Read more