Donald Trump Jr. Joins Collective Using Blockchain Technology to Make News Credible Again

NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Overline Media Partners (OMP) welcomes Donald Trump Jr. as the first of six founding journalists and public figures in “OG1”. Trump Jr., accomplished businessman, author, and political figure, brings a 365-day vision of a…

Is Trump Depressed? Psychology Says There’s More To The President’s Denial

It’s been a considerable amount of time since the declaration of the election results but Trump has not once called to congratulate Joe Biden on his victory.

Failed Secret Meeting — End Of Trump Era Brings Israel And Saudi Arabia Back To Hostility

A long weekend for the two nations ended on a sour note with Saudi Arabia having already started with the Monday grind.

The Frailties Of Normative Accountability That Trump’s Unpresidentiality Exposed

Trump’s presidency has exposed the weakness of the legal checks and balances meant to keep the president accountable, for many of them are simply norms with little legal force behind them.

The Consequences Of Trump’s 20,000+ Lies As US President

Trump is out. But the consequences of his actions are here to stay and these include more than 20,000 lies the President said in the last four years.

Trump’s White House Legacy Will Haunt American Voters For Decades

Donald J. Trump was in the oval office for four years. Here’s A look at the Trump era and the unfinished office he might be leaving behind in the White House.

What Trump’s Lawsuits Mean For Biden’s Presidency

President Donald Trump isn’t afraid of a legal battle, given that he’s been involved in 3,500 of them.

US Election 2020: How Donald Trump Can Still Win

More that Trump’s legal battle in Supreme Court, it’s something else that has been successful in the past that could decide America’s fate in 2020.

Can Trump Win The Election In Supreme Court?

The restlessness is visible despite Biden’s huge lead. But can Trump still win the election through a legal battle? Maybe.

Divided United States Of America: Trump All Set To Go To The Supreme Court

Trump declared himself as the winner even as the counting was underway, and then claimed Democrats we indulging in voting fraud.