November 30, 2022

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USA: Dark legal omens for Donald Trump

The announcement of the 2024 presidential nomination and half-hearted Republican victory in the midterms have struggled to mask the mountain of concerns that await the former Republican leader, who was busted by judges for tax evasion, corporate conspiracy and illegal possession of a secret security. Documents.


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UA month in hell for Donald Trump is coming to an end, suggesting a much darker horizon. On November 8, the midterms gave their verdict on his aura in the conservative camp. It is increasingly weak: In the 2020 presidential election (won by Joe Biden) and backed by a former New York real estate developer, a third of the legitimately contested candidates lost their votes. The Republican Party, fully committed to its cause, was unable to win back the Senate, claiming a bogus victory in the House of Representatives, which it won by a narrow margin (220 seats out of 435).


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