The EAGLE Act will now be looking to pave its way through the Senate to be presented in the White House for the president to pass.
Biden in his first address to the Congress iterates his American Jobs Plan for infrastructure development and job creation. Reaffirms his ambition to tax the wealthy Americans by the impending Tax Reforms.
Not very long ago, news was filled with Trump headlines. But now the good old days of the United States president getting banned from Twitter are gone. So, what is Trump up to in his post-presidency days?
The Migrant situation at the U.S.-Mexico border is has taken a really bad shape with apprehensions of unaccompanied children surging after the repeal of the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy and a halt on the “Border Wall”.
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.
House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy, in a meeting with Trump on Thursday, decided to give the charge of GOP’s control over House in 2022 to the former president.
We have never been here before. The President and the First lady have contracted Covid-19. In the best case scenario he is asymptomatic, is able to continue with his duties, and after a two week quarantine returns to the presidential campaign. In other, far worse scenarios, a deterioration in Trump’s condition could set in motion a political drama without precedent, testing the Constitution with the first ever invoking of the 25th Amendment.
President Trump used the first debate to lash out at Hunter Biden for alleged China links, even as his own daughter Ivanka has been known to have secured more than 34 trademarks from China between 2018-19.
This must be a nightmare for Donald Trump, no matter how much he denies. However, the truth is, the ugly tale of Donald Trump’s taxes is the ostensible end of Trump’s political career. Of course, if he doesn’t end up…
President Donald Trump formally announced the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday, a few weeks before the US Presidential elections. From Ginsburg to Barrett, this is going to be one hell of an ideology transition…