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Trump Launches Sneaker Line One Day After Judge’s Order to Pay Nearly $355 Million

Former President Donald Trump announced the launch of a sneaker line over the weekend, just one day after he was ordered by a judge to pay nearly $355 million in his New York civil fraud trial.

Trump Ordered to Pay $354 Million in Civil Fraud Trial

Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Donald Trump to pay $354 million in the New York civil fraud case.

Nepotism or Strategy? Trump Endorses Whatley, Lara Trump for GOP Leadership Roles

Former President Donald Trump announced Monday night his preferred choice to lead the Republican National Committee, aiming to replace current Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. Trump...

Complaint Alleges Harvard Diversity, Inclusion Officer Plagiarized Work

Sherri Ann Charleston, Harvard University's Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, has been accused of plagiarism.

Trump Ordered to Pay $83.3 Million in Defamation Case

A jury has awarded an additional $83.3 million to former advice columnist E. Jean Carroll in her defamation case against former President Donald Trump.

CISA Flagged Social Media Questioning Election Integrity

The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) censored social media posts that questioned election integrity and mail-in voting.

Elections, Ballots, & Voting: and are Democrat officials violating the 1871 Klu Klux Klan Act? – American Minute with Bill Federer

The importance of elections was declared by President Calvin Coolidge, April 19, 1926: "The whole system of American Government rests on the ballot box.”  First,...

Iowa Attorney General Sues TikTok, Claims Platform Lies to Parents

Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird is suing TikTok, alleging that the social media platform lies to parents about the inappropriate content present on the app.

Art Dealer Drops Hunter Biden Over Unpaid Exhibition Expenses

Hunter Biden reportedly failed to pay his art dealer, Georges Bergès, for upscale art exhibitions, as revealed in testimony before the House Oversight and...

Elections, Ballots, and Voting: William Federer

The importance of elections was declared by President Calvin Coolidge, April 19, 1926: "The whole system of American Government rests on the ballot box.”

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