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Trump launches own social media platform

Donald Trump, former president of the United States of America is set to announce the launch of his own social media platform nine months after being expelled from social media for his role in inciting the January 6 Capitol insurrection. According to the Associated Press, Trump revealed on Wednesday, October 20

New York Prosecutors Obtain Trump’s Tax Records – Spokesman

New York prosecutors investigating former president Donald Trump’s finances have received his tax returns following a marathon legal battle, a spokesman said Thursday. “Our office obtained the records on Monday,” Danny Frost, a spokesman for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, told AFP. Vance’s office obtained the returns after the Supreme Court on

Americans Voice ‘Legitimate Fears’ of Civil War as Trump’s Impeachment Trial looms

Many Americans are afraid of a looming civil war-style conflict, amid the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump. By Dominic Waghorn American politics often baffles outsiders but on the eve of Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, it really has never been weirder. Politicians promoting a delusional conspiracy claiming America is in the grips of

Gone But Not Forgotten: Trump’s Long Shadow and the End of American Credibility

By Jonathan Kirshner (March/April 2021 Edition of Foreign Affairs ) In the first lecture of any introduction to international relations class, students are typically warned of the pitiless consequences of anarchy. World politics, they are informed, is a self-help system: in the absence of a global authority to enforce rules, there are no

Nigeria Didn’t Give US President Donald Trump a Deadline to Concede the Election or Face Sanctions

By Mayowa Tijani Multiple posts making the rounds on Facebook claim the Nigerian government gave US President Donald Trump 72 hours to concede the 2020 presidential election to former vice-president Joe Biden. This is false; Nigeria rejected the statement attributed to one of its ministers and AFP Fact Check found no