Although Donald Trump’s win in the 2016 election made him the first billionaire president in American history, he is not the richest politician in the U.S.
The 47th vice president, the Democratic presidential candidate, the 46th president of the United States – Joe Biden would be the oldest president (at his inauguration, at age 78) to serve the office in the history of United States of America.
While more than 80% of India’s politicians are millionaires, a few possess massive assets running into billions of dollars.
With his “Build Back Better” initiative, Biden promises to take care of the middle-class Americans’ well-being — so the country in its entirety can prosper.
With Trump adopting “Keep America Great” as his campaign slogan for his 2020 presidential run, here are five non-campaign issues Americans will vote for in November…
In less than 100 days, Americans across the country will head to the polls to decide who will be their next president. The first debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will take place on September 29 at Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland. Since the countdown for the presidential election has begun, let’s look at some interesting facts about the past runners-ups and their political fate…
The news is worrying because A: the basis for removal of Twitter accounts of certain countries (especially China) sets a dangerous precedent, and B: mainstream media is averse to investigate the hidden agenda behind the vicious move.
In an unprecedented move, Nepal, which shares a border of over 1,850 km with five Indian states, unanimously voted to amend its Constitution and incorporate the country’s new map into its national emblem.
According to the latest findings and analysis by YouGov, a British market research and data analytics firm that tracks how people are responding to the outbreak and their views on their government’s handling of the contagious disease, approval of government handling of COVID-19 has plunged to lowest level.