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  • Indictment would not end Trump’s third run for the White House

    by WorldTribune Staff, November 16, 2022 Following Donald Trump's announcement on Tuesday that he would launch a third run at the White House, critics chimed in to claim that an indictment – and possible felony conviction – would shut down his 2024 campaign. The answer to those critics is, no. The qualifications required to hold the office of the presidency are made in Section 1, Clause 5 of Article II of the U.S. Constitution: “No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen...

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  • White House says no 'politicization' or Biden notice of Trump special counsel

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters that President Joe Biden was not aware of Attorney General Merrick Garland's decision to name former Justice Department official Jack Smith to serve as special counsel in two investigations involving former President Donald Trump.

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  • The coming indictment of Donald Trump will break his power: former Obama lawyer

    For the last seven years or so, the American people have been on an emotional and political rollercoaster. The ride has been terrifying. They elected Joe Biden president in 2020 in an effort to escape the thuggery, violence and pathological lies of the Trump era, but Donald Trump and the Republican fascist movement made that impossible. America's democracy crisis as epitomized by Trump's coup attempt and the Capitol attack of Jan. 6, 2021, has not ended.More recently, the American people again...

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  • Former Trump White House envoy: Dinner with Kanye West and Nick Fuentes should not have happened

    Jason D. Greenblatt writes that the Mar-a-Lago dinner shouldn't have happened and says he hopes former President Donald Trump condemns Nick Fuentes, Kanye West and their ilk for spreading hate.