Election 2020 – Keeping America Great
2020 is on the door now. The campaigns to succeed the president are on their ways moving with full zeal. With each passing days new political storms are emerging. Voters are angrier than ever—at politicians, at compromisers, at the establishment. With lawmaking at the brakes, the use of executive orders and regulatory judgments by the president is making voters and the Congress angrier.
Unlike Presidents Richard M. Nixon or Bill Clinton, Mr. Trump will face an election after his impeachment battle if he isn’t removed from office. A U.S. federal judge is due to issue a lawsuit filed by the House Judiciary Committee seeking to compel former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify in the impeachment probe of the President Trump. President Trump on the other side seems to be completely satisfied with the situation. , The merchandise certainly is flying off the shelves at the Trump 2020 Store. President Trump pronounced himself satisfied with the show. “We had a tremendous week with the hoax,” he declared on Friday as he addressed a room of collegiate athletes. “That’s really worked out incredibly well.”
The resignation of the Navy’s top civilian leader was demanded by the Defence Secretary. This move aimed at ending the extraordinary dispute between President Trump and his own senior military leadership. The situation got very worse after President Trump announced on Twitter that the chief Gallagher had been treated in a very bad manner. He also announced that he would nominate Kenneth Braithwaite, the ambassador to Norway, to replace Mr. Spencer, an investment banker and retired Marine aviator who had held the job since 2017.
Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, asked officials in the budget office after President Trump’s July 25 call with the Ukrainian president whether there was a legal justification for withholding hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Ukraine, according to two people briefed on an internal White House review. The discussions, which took place via email in August, came after the hold on the $391 million had already been put in place. Mr. Mulvaney also asked the officials at the Office of Management and Budget how long the aid could be withheld, three people familiar with the review said.
Amy Klobuchar does not want to run for president as a “woman candidate.” That’s never been the Minnesota Democrat’s style. But the media, public opinion polls and the addition of more men to an already crowded 2020 primary race led the three-term senator to a conclusion: Many Americans still aren’t comfortable with the idea of a woman in the Oval Office, and she needed to amplify the conversation about it.
With each passing second Presidential election come closer and the politics of United States is getting more and more controversial. Most importantly Mr. Trump is going to face an election after impeachment. This means that the voters will serve as the court of appeals rendering their own final judgment on whether he has committed high crimes or he was the best president United States ever got.