Acquitted Again, Trump Is Still The Most Powerful Politician In The US

After surviving impeachment twice despite a grave charge of inciting riots at the Capitol, the biggest hurdle in Trump’s 2024 campaign road has been removed.

Trump Decided Not To Pardon Himself. The Consequences Are Fatal.

Can the former president face legal troubles now that he is no more in the White House? Yes. Did he do anything before leaving the Oval to protect himself against any such possibility? Surprisingly, no.

Donald Trump Impeached — But Will He Really Be Removed From The Oval?

The House of Representatives impeached Donald Trump, accusing him of ‘inciting an insurrection against the United States government’. Trump has made history by becoming the first president to be impeached twice.  On 7th January 2021, pro-trump insurrectionists attacked the capitol…

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Impeachment In The United States

In December 2019, the House of Representatives impeached Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States, for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Notwithstanding Trump’s blizzard of defensive tweets and re-tweets, the impeachment votes branded him as the third president in the history of the United States to face removal by the Senate.

Cheap Talk: Trump Writes To Pelosi On Impeachment

Trump also denied the charge of “abused of power” terming it “a completely disingenuous, meritless, and baseless invention of your imagination.” About the second claim of “Obstruction of Congress”, the US President termed it “preposterous and dangerous”.

Trump’s personal lawyer Giuliani subpoenaed in POTUS’ impeachment inquiry

As a part of the House impeachment inquiry, House Democrats issued a subpoena to US President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudi Giuliani in