RFK Jr Predicts Trump’s Guilty Verdict Will Help Him Return to White House

Robert F. Kennedy and Donald Trump

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Thursday said he expects that former President Donald Trump’s guilty verdict in his hush money case will actually help the former president get elected in November.

Kennedy, who has launched a dark horse bid for the White House, said the Democratic plan to “go after” Trump in court will backfire at the ballot box. Trump was found guilty by a New York jury on Thursday, on all 34 felony counts of falsifying his business records to hide an alleged hush money payment to former porn star Stormy Daniels.

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Trump Appears to Close Biden’s Fundraising Gap with $52 Million Haul

Washington Examiner The campaign for former President Donald Trump said it raised an eye-popping $52.8 million through online donations following Trump’s guilty conviction in his criminal hush money case. On Friday morning, a little more than 12 hours after the verdict was announced, the campaign announced it had fundraised $34.8 million. The claim from the campaign cannot be…

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Left-Leaning Groups Sue GOP-Led States over Voter Registration Drive Laws, Despite Fraud Concerns

Left-leaning organizations are suing Republican-led states over voter registration drive laws, despite the concerns of state legislatures about voter fraud.

As states are focusing more on implementing stricter guidelines on third-party voter registration groups, several liberal-leaning organizations are suing over the laws, arguing that the restrictions violate the U.S. Constitution. However, numerous investigations have been conducted over the recent years because of voter registration fraud.

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Biden and the West Increase Involvement in Russia-Ukraine War

Biden and Ukraine

As Russia’s war against Ukraine drags on, the U.S. and the NATO alliance are increasing their involvement in the conflict, presenting risks for a more direct confrontation with Moscow.

President Joe Biden reportedly gave Ukraine the green light in May to start firing U.S.-provided weapons directly into certain parts of Russian territory, as NATO members consider a similar policy and the possibility of sending trainers to train the Ukrainian military. The new initiatives would represent a shift in NATO’s policy of engagement in the war and could further escalate the proxy conflict with Russia.

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