While there have certainly been other factors to Trump’s remarkable revival, there’s no question that his court fights have been an immense benefit to him.
The prevailing consensus among conservatives is that the indictments against Trump represent an attempt to stop the former president’s elevation to the Republican nomination as president. But what if exactly the opposite is true?
The former president and 2024 GOP frontrunner again made history last week when he became the first former U.S. president to have his mugshot taken while he was arrested in Georgia on racketeering charges.
Notable fact checking coverage across the spectrum this week delved into the Kremlin's stance on 5G, political weaponization of the DOJ, and the Washington Post's coverage of Joe Biden.
Since it appears that a judge and jury will not derail Trump from his current path to the nomination, the task falls to the candidates running against him. But that will require at least some of them to be willing to confront him rather than continuing to hope that primary voters change their minds on their own.
What was Donald Trump thinking when he set about trying to maintain the presidency after losing it to Joe Biden? That’s the key question a jury will need to consider in Trump’s federal trial on charges announced Aug. 1, 2023.
On Tuesday, the Department of Justice released its second indictment of former president and 2024 candidate Donald Trump, charging him with four crimes in connection to the 2020 election and the January 6 Capitol riot.
The Department of Justice indicted former President Donald Trump this week on 37 criminal charges related to the alleged mishandling of classified materials.
Was Former President Donald Trump’s Indictment Politically Motivated or Legally Justified?
The question of whether Soros “funded” Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney who prosecuted Trump, is a subject of debate.
Former President Donald Trump was charged with 34 felony counts of business fraud by the Manhattan District Attorney on Tuesday.