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"I've never felt so disappointed like today while defending present Trump", said a student

A college student says he defended former President Donald Trump after an inappropriate picture was shown. One America’s Stella Escobedo, spoke with Phil Bicocchi about the incident.

Gov poll: US condemns voter intimidation, violence, threatens sanctions

The United States has condemned voter intimidation and increased violence that marred the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections on Saturday. This was contained in a statement made available to our correspondent on Tuesday. The rescheduled Governorship and Houses of Assembly elections were held in 28 states and 36 states, respectively, amid increased violence and voter intimidation when compared with the Presidential and National Assembly polls held on February 25. Despite the massive deployment of security agencies in many strategic locations, there was widespread violence in many states of the federation. The US said despite that the March 18 elections appeared to have had significant operational improvements, as polling stations generally opened on time and most results were visible on an electronic viewing platform in a timely manner, there were increased violence in Lagos, Kano and other reported states. However, it commended stakeholders who spoke against the violenc

The sudden turn of events that could derail Trump's indictment

Video House Judiciary Committee probes Manhattan DA over potential Trump indictment Senior congressional correspondent Chad Pergram reports the latest on the GOP efforts from Capitol Hill. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! "Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime," was the infamous boast of Joseph Stalin’s ruthless secret police chief, Lavrentiy Beria. His modus operandi was to target any man the Soviet dictator chose and then find or fabricate a crime against him. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has taken a page out of Stalin’s playbook and  targeted Donald Trump . Driven by personal and political animus, the DA presumed the former president must be guilty of something. It was just a matter of devoting enough time and resources to hunt down the crime. Failing to find one, Bragg copied Beria’s paradigm and simply dreamed one up. As I explained in  my last column , the DA invented his case against Trump by taking an alleged misdemeanor business records v