Presidential immunity will not shield Trump from prosecution says Georgia DA Willis

U.S. 02/09/22, 02:34

Absolute immunity from litigation no longer applies to a former president, a Georgia Democrat warned. Donald Trump can still be questioned and sentenced in criminal lawsuits. This is the Fulton County district attorney's opinion about the feasibility of prosecuting the former president for allegedly trying to overturn the 2020 election. "Of course, ...

Trump would beat Biden in hypothetical presidential ballot says poll

U.S. 09/05/21, 15:37

A new study found the previous president would defeat the incumbent, if the 2020 presidential election was redone on Sept. 3. The latest Emerson College poll shows 47% of voters favor Donald Trump while just 46% back Joe Biden in a series of hypothetical 2024 rematches. The sample survey of 1,200 respondents ...

Trump criticizes escalating crime rate following ‘fake election’

D.C. 07/18/21, 21:16

Donald Trump blamed a soaring national crime rate on a sham voting process. The former president declared criminal activity has reached an unprecedented level after learning about two Washington shootings in two consecutive days on July 18. "Crime in our country is escalating at a pace we have never seen before," he ...

Trump slams rivals for using CCP Virus to cheat, rig and steal election

U.S. 06/28/21, 20:41

A former president accused his opponents of using the pandemic to win the election through unlawful means. Donald Trump believes political foes used the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus as an excuse for cheating and stealing the 2020 presidential election. "They used COVID [CCP Virus] in order to cheat, they used COVID ...

Trump pessimistic of America’s future if election integrity is not maintained

U.S. 06/13/21, 16:26

In an email to his supporters, former President Donald Trump stressed the importance of addressing “voting irregularities and fraud” or America’s future would be compromised. “The Department of Justice (DOJ) is adding more people onto its roles in order to fight against efforts to limit voting and, I assume, other illegal ...

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