Trump is attempting a comeback…

It is not working Once more, Donald Trump’s bid for the Republican nomination in 2024 is plagued by legal issues and a lack of enthusiasm. A federal judge fined Donald Trump and his lawyers $938,000 on Thursday. Meanwhile, Trump’s appearance that was advertised as a major campaign event was really just a speech he gave behind closed doors to wealthy election deniers at a Trump property.

Those are the days gone by for those hoping for positivity from the Trump campaign. Instead, he will likely focus on personal grievances and claims of a stolen 2020 election. That may result in a sense of release for the 45th president. That means chaos, headaches, and the possibility of another Trump defeat at the hands of Joe Biden and the Democrats for everyone else in the Republican party.

“Mr Trump is a prolific and sophisticated litigant who is repeatedly using the courts to seek revenge on political adversaries,” the court thundered in its ruling. Trump, Bankman-Fried, and Musk are the monsters of American capitalism. He is the mastermind behind the deliberate judicial abuse.

Judge Donald Middlebrooks slammed Trump and his attorneys for filing a frivolous, unsuccessful racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, her political allies, and a slew of former government officials. The lawsuit, in the judge’s eyes, was nothing more than a repackaged stump speech from the Trump campaign.

A day later, Trump dropped a separate lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James. Middlebrooks was hearing that case as well, and he also thought it was “vexatious and frivolous.” Sanctions loomed in the distance.

In comparison to his much-hyped Trump NFT superhero trading cards, the speech that Trump never gave to the public is now yet another self-inflicted nothingburger—a waste of time and attention and a missed opportunity.

Trump had promised to make a significant political announcement later that night earlier in the day. He also said he would go back to his famous rallies. Instead, he spoke to Judicial Watch behind closed doors at Trump Doral, his Miami resort, about promoting “integrity, transparency, accountability in government, and fidelity to the rule of law,” a tax-exempt organization.

The IRS is fed that line by Judicial Watch. Reality is not the same. Judicial Watch’s president, Tom Fitton, pushed Trump to stop counting ballots and declare victory early on election night 2020. Fitton also argued that Trump was responsible for keeping White House records.

What is law? Actually, not much at all.

Certainly, Trump continues to hold the lead among potential Republican presidential candidates. No other Republican candidate has the same rapport with the white working-class base of the party; The beleaguered House speaker, Kevin McCarthy, owes no one else as much.

By the numbers, Trump still has a double-digit lead over Ron DeSantis, the vengeful but jovial governor of Florida. The 45th president’s mounting legal problems, lackluster campaign, and disagreements with evangelical leaders have not yet forced him to step down.

Beginner Asked on January 23, 2023 in Education.
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