By
Burroughs
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February 12, 2024

Trump Surges in February as Biden, Haley Stumble

Former President Donald Trump showcased the significance of perseverance last week, underscoring Woody Allen's observation that "80 percent of success is showing up," according to a Fox News op-ed by Jonathan Turley.

Despite facing a myriad of challenges, Trump navigated through them relatively unscathed, proving that resilience can be a potent force in politics. However, looming threats indicate that the battle is far from over.

In Washington, the Supreme Court cast doubt on efforts to disqualify Trump from future office, signaling skepticism towards the constitutionality of such measures.

Despite assertions from legal scholars like Harvard's Laurence Tribe, the justices remained unconvinced, with even liberal Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson raising concerns about the potential anti-democratic implications.

The case against Trump in Georgia encountered its own hurdles, as allegations emerged surrounding Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis's relationship with subordinate special prosecutor Nathan J. Wade.

Accusations of false claims and filings in court have tarnished the integrity of the prosecution, prompting calls for the removal of key officials.

Trump's adversaries faced their own share of challenges, with figures like Michael Cohen and FBI officials from the Russia investigation grappling with legal troubles. In the political arena, individuals like former New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo and attorney Michael Avenatti found themselves embroiled in scandals, while even Trump's artistic critics, such as comedian Kathy Griffin and actor Alec Baldwin, faced public backlash and legal repercussions.

Despite the obstacles encountered by Trump's allies, time has seemingly validated certain narratives espoused by the former president.

Allegations of election rigging and concerns regarding President Biden's mental acuity have gained traction, particularly in light of Special Counsel Robert Hur's rationale for not pursuing criminal charges against Biden.

As the election nears, Trump's resilience continues to lead to wins in court and in primaries as he fights back for another chance to run against Biden for another term in the White House in what could be a highly controversial election once again in November.

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