Leader of the House Nancy Pelosi has been rejecting calls within her own party for months to begin impeachment proceedings against the President. However she may now find herself in a high stakes game with could cost her her job and give Trump a second term.
Now that she has began proceedings failure to deliver will be seen has unacceptable by the radicals within her party. And with the President saying he will release the transcript of his conversation with the Ukrainian President things might very soon turn uncomfortable for Pelosi.
Furthermore the first casualty of any investigation may be Biden himself. If it found that he did use his influence to help his son, it will cost him his chance in the 2020 elections. Even if he has done nothing wrong the appearance that his son has built a highly profitable career free-riding on his VP father’s back will sit very uncomfortable with progressives across the nation.
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Ely Erlich in a recent online article posed the question: “Is Donald Trump a bad president or does the media exaggerate his faults?”
Erlich argues that the media is in fact pushing a false narrative. He used as his argument the coverage CNN and NYT gave to a press conference in the White House where the President hosted people from throughout the world sharing their stories about the religious persecution they had experience.
CNN-NYT pushed the narrative the President was unfeeling, and racist in his dealings with a young Yazidi Christian, who had been raped and watched members of her family massacred. The news story said the President did not know her story. However the reason for the conference was to allow the woman and the others present to tell their stories to the global media, allowing them a voice, highlighting the injustices they had suffered. Attendees to the event praised the President for his work in this area, and the opportunity to share their stories. However, CNN and NYT turned the story into an attack on the President.
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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y. has confirmed that they have began the official process of impeachment against the President.
This is formal impeachment proceedings,” Nadler said. “We are investigating all the evidence, we’re gathering the evidence and we will at the conclusion of this, hopefully by the end of the year, vote to, vote articles of impeachment to the House floor or we won’t. That’s a decision that we’ll have to make. But that — that’s exactly the process we’re in right now.”
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President Trump this week hosted a conference to promote religious liberty for all. He delivered his thoughts in the White House, whilst allowing people from across the world to share their stories to the world’s media.
The President has stepped in personally help a number of individuals who have faced persecution in their own countries since taking office.
The Federal Appeal court has ruled that the President’s new abortion-related restrictions can go ahead despite a number of law suits which are still being played out.
“We are greatly encouraged to see the 9th Circuit rule in favor of allowing President Trump’s Protect Life Rule to take effect while it continues to be litigated,” SBA List president Marjorie Dannenfelser said in a statement.
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President Trump’s Spiritual Advisor, Paula White, has said that “demonic Networks” have aligned themselves against the President.
In a prayer before the official start of the President’s re-election campaign she prayed: “Let every demonic network that has aligned itself against the purpose, against the calling of President Trump, let it be broken, let it be torn down in the name of Jesus,”
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The New York Senate passed two bills back-to-back Wednesday that are being seen as a direct attack of the President.
The first could seen President Trump’s tax returns realised to Congress. The second could allow state prosecutors to charge people whom the President has pardoned with state crimes.
The bills are still to pass through the state assembly, before passing to the Governors desk. Republicans are calling the move politically motivated by the Democratic ran Senate of New York.
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At the time of the waning moon witches across the nation come together to cast binding spells against President Trump. The “Resistance Witches” are in their thousands, and the meet online to form a community and cast their spells.
The Resistance’s New York moderator even takes her magic out onto the streets: castings her spells outside Trump Tower.
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Mick Mulvaney, White House acting Chief of Staff has said that it is a little know fact the Trump will privately urge world leaders to take better care of the Christians within their countries, whilst thanking those who already do so.
Mulvaney also said that Trump encourages his staff to be open about their faith, saying that people of all religions should be able to “take their faith and work it into our policies.”
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This week President Trump signed an agreement which recognises the Golan Heights are Israeli territory. For years the region has been disputed and fought over. Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu called the announcement a “Purim miracle”, falling as it did during the Jewish festival of Purim. This has lead to comparisons being drawn between President Trump and Queen Esther of the Bible.
When asked about the comparison in an interview, with CBN, Secretary of State Pompeo suggested that God could have sent Trump to help save Israel.