Today in History: August 8 — President Nixon Announced His Resignation

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President Richard M. Nixon delivering his resignation speech from the Oval Office at the White House 

On this day in 1978, United States President, Richard M. Nixon announced his resignation. By 12 pm the following day, President Nixon’s Vice President, Gerald R. Fords was sworn in as the 38th President of the United States.

President Nixon’s resignation was as a result of the Continue reading

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In her final address as U.S. First Lady, Michelle Obama vows to defend American values

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United States First Lady, Michelle Obama delivering her final speech as First Lady in the East Room of the White House. Photo: CNN

A very emotional Michelle Obama, has delivered her final speech as the First Lady of the United States, by urging young people in America to defend their values. Mrs Obama got choked up Continue reading

Obama Taught Trump How To Win But Time Dulled His Memory

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U.S. President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office

Hesitant Trump
You don’t need to be a friend or an acquaintance of Donald Trump to know he’s an egomaniac. All you need to do is to just listen to him once. Just once! For decades he’s been mulling a run for the Presidency of the United States, until he finally did this year. But the question is; what held him back all these years?

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Jill Stein Prevails In Michigan

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U.S. President-elect, Donald Trump

Michigan will be the second state after Wisconsin to conduct recount of the presidential votes. The state could not be called weeks after polls closed because the race was tight. But when it was eventually called, Mr Trump won with less than 10,000 votes.

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2016 Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton 

It will be recalled that Attorney General of Michigan, Bill Schuette, filled a lawsuit last week urging Continue reading

Trump Doubles Down On Voter Fraud

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US President-elect Donald J. Trump

Mr Trump is doubling down on his claim that, if not for the millions of people who voted illegally he would have won the popular as well. He took to his twitter handle and called out CNN specifically for been “so embarrassed by their total (100%) support of Hillary Clinton, and yet her loss in a landslide”.

Meanwhile election officials in California and Virginia Continue reading

Trump Dons A New Cap

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President-elect Donald Trump showing off his new hat.

Despite vote recounts underway in Wisconsin, President-elect Donald Trump made a bold statement on Sunday by wearing a cap etched by the side with “45”. While “USA” was conspicuously written in front of the cap. He’s obliquely telling the Clinton team and all those doubting his mandate that come what may, Continue reading

Trump Slams “Bias Media” And Alleges “Serious Voter Fraud”

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United States Presidet-elect, Donald Trump

In an unprecedented move President-elect of the United States, Donald Trumps tweets “in addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally”. This is the first time Mr Trump is speaking up against voter fraud after the presidential election. And did so without giving any evidence to back up his claim.

Before the election Mr Trump had consistently claimed the election will be Continue reading