Judge rules President Trump can't shield tax returns from New York prosecutor. The judge ruled sitting presidents don't have complete immunity from criminal investigations. Ref. USAToday.
People love to hate Trump yet he keeps on going, I think he is used to it. I want to see how the next year goes and what becomes of his legacy.
International Level: New Activist / Political Participation: 18 1.8%
Trump might surprise us all and win again. He surprised us the first time and he might do it again.
International Level: New Activist / Political Participation: 22 2.2%
Trump may be old but his mind is very current in the way he thinks… it is very much like the current internet generation that makes no sense because they only go by what they read online.
International Level: New Activist / Political Participation: 11 1.1%
Democrats have used the word 'bribery' in recent impeachment hearings to describe Trump’s interactions with Ukraine. Here’s why. Democrats are deemphasizing the wonky Latin phrase "Quid quo pro," meaning "Something for something," in favor of the word "Bribery," a word in the Constitution's impeachment clause. Experts say it's debatable whether a bribery charge would stand up based on the evidence seen so far. But impeachment isn't a criminal case, and bribery is an easier concept for the public to grasp. "What really matters," one expert said, "Is, politically, what Congress believes bribery is." Ref. USAToday.