By Joel Brown With the impending impeachment trial of Donald Trump set to begin this month after the highly controversial impeachment decision by the House of Representatives in December, Democrats are hoping to stall his momentum heading into the 2020 presidential election. With our previous election being a nail-biter, the margin for error is much…

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By Rachelle Saint Louis Growing up, I was used to things coming in twos. Two languages, two cultures, half the time it felt like I was leading two lives. As a child, I loved my home culture. In elementary school, when my teacher asked what our favorite food was, I said “diri” without a second…

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The impeachment approved by the House of Representatives is considered a seismic event in US politics by the media and the implications for the upcoming 2020 presidential elections are still not fully understood – nor will they likely be until after the contest is over. But one thing is certain: Impeachment is not weakening Trump’s…

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On December 18, 2019, the House of Representatives made history in the American presidency by impeaching U.S. President Donald Trump. The 45th U.S. president was impeached for his controversial Ukraine dealings, on the basis of two articles – obstruction of Congress and abuse of power. Now, the impeachment is awaiting being sent to the Senate…

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