Mayank Chhaya- John Bolton, former National Security Advisor to Donald Trump, has described the indictment of the former president as “very powerful, carefully tailored and devastating that should end his political career.” This is even as the Republican Party largely remains in the former president’s thrall calling his prosecution on charges under the Espionage Act […]
Presidential candidate of the Republican Party, Vivek Ramaswamy has filed a lawsuit against the World Economic Forum (WEF) in a Cincinnati, Ohio court on Wednesday, April 18. Ramaswamy has alleged that the WEF has created a “false perception” that he is affiliated with the organization.
In 1872, Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States of America was racing a two-horse buggy against his friends on the streets of Washington, DC. DC Police Officer William West, a Black Union Army veteran, caught him speeding, the second time in two days. Officer West stuck out his hand asking President Grant to stop, which he did. Grant drove West to the police station in his own carriage, where an arrest was processed. Members of the racing party were made to put up bail of USD 20 a head, about USD 430 today, and released; Grant walked back to the White House.
Former US President Donald Trump faces a “legal tsunami’ post his arraignment by a New York court on 34 charges of felony, including tax fraud by his businesses and the hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, thus crashing hopes of a Republican nomination for his third presidential run.
Former President Donald Trump will deliver his remarks on Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida after he returns from the indictment, according to a news release from his campaign. Trump is expected to appear before the court on Tuesday afternoon in Manhattan.
In an unprecedented move, the US Congress, dominated by the Republican Party, has passed a bill unanimously asking the Director of National Intelligence to declassify information on the origins of Covid 19 and sent the measure to President Joe Biden’s desk for approval.
A bipartisan bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives to properly utilize the employment-based visas currently allocated each year under existing federal immigration law.
City Councillor Kshama Sawant made history last month when Seattle adopted a resolution moved by her to ban caste-based discrimination, become the first US city to do so. She took and stared down critics like the Hindu American Foundation, a powerful advocacy group, and many Hindu Indian Americans who argued the ban discredits and singles out Hindus.