‘Georgia’ acquitted in election case

-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)

Former US President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to charges of trying to manipulate the results of the Georgia presidential election.

Trump clarification


Atlanta: Former US President Donald Trump has clarified that he is innocent in the case where he is accused of trying to manipulate the results of Georgia during the presidential election. He decided that he will not attend the hearing next week. On the other hand, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee adjourned the case to September 6. Trump arrived in the courtroom amid tight security on Thursday. A large number of people came to watch the trial live. According to local court rules, media cameras were allowed inside.

Trump’s financial fraud will soon be investigated

The trial is set to begin on September 22 on charges that Trump defrauded banks, insurance companies and other businessmen by inflating the value of his assets. Judge Arthur Engoron is expected to rule in October on the case, which was filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James. Trump went to Attorney General James’ office on April 13 to answer the allegations against him and demanded that the case against him be dropped. He argued that it is outrageous to file a case for exaggerating the value of his personal net worth, his immovable properties, golf courses etc. James accused Trump of exaggerating the value of his assets by 200 million dollars. Trump said that it is a shame to put such a case against him who has managed the office of the country’s president effectively.

Trump praises Ramaswamy once again

Former President Donald Trump once again praised Vivek Ramaswamy, who is of Indian descent, who is in the race for the Republican nomination. ‘He is a very intelligent man. He is very active,” he said in an interview. When asked whether you consider him as a vice-presidential candidate, he replied, ‘Do you think he is a suitable person?’ Earlier on August 23, Trump praised once.

Russia should end defense ties with China: Ramaswamy

Vivek Ramaswamy, who is in the race for the Republican nomination, suggested that Russia should not fall into China’s trap and end the defense relationship with that country. He said that the world is facing a challenge from China. ‘Suggest not to take Ukraine into NATO. This will put an end to Putin’s war,’ he said to Fox News. Russia should give up its defense ties with China. Right now we are driving Russia into China’s trap. The biggest challenge for the US is the Russia-China military alliance. Ramaswamy explained, “I will go with the opposite attitude and break this bond, as Nixon did in 1972.”