Former President Donald Trump scored a legal victory on Monday as the United States Supreme Court chose not to consider a case aimed at disqualifying him from the 2024 election under the 14th Amendment.
In a turn of events characterized by profound irony, an outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, occurred at the 2023 Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Conference hosted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) itself.
"We can’t expect someone to run the country if they can’t properly run their own campaign launch. The stakes are simply too great in 2024 to take a chance on someone as unreliable as DeSantis — we need a proven winner like President Trump to take back the White House and Make America Great Again!”
The city of Berlin on Sunday was holding a court-ordered rerun of a chaotic 2021 state election that was marred by severe glitches at many polling stations that led to hours-long lines as some polling places ran out of ballot papers or received ones for the wrong district.