Trump’s Rivals Ramp Up Direct Attacks

Over the last several years, the United States has been full of political tension, division, and polarization. Indeed, since the 2016 election of Donald Trump in which the former business real estate and reality TV star mogul from New York City won an upset victory over Hillary Clinton, America seems as though it has been engulfed in chaos and instability. While in truth, the country has been engulfed in a cold cultural war for decades, Trump was a political outsider and once he achieved an unlikely and unthinkable victory to become the 45th president of the United States, the establishment class of American political bureaucracy of the federal government awoke to oppose him. Trump, if taking into consideration nothing else, has undoubtedly exposed glaring problems within the federal American system of government. While he currently faces four criminal indictments, he remains the Republican frontrunner for the presidential nomination of 2024.

Over the last several years, hundreds of years of political and judicial precedent have been broken in desperate and insane attempts by many progressive activists within the United States government that advance controversial ideologies and have an agenda to take down Trump. Recently, the Colorado state supreme court made a ruling that cited the 14th amendment of the American Constitution to declare that Trump would be ineligible to appear on the state’s presidential primary ballot by citing a section in that amendment that was used to apply to Confederate officers who had taken up arms in open rebellion against the country during the Civil War. The Supreme Court will most likely be ruling on the integrity of this decision in future days.

As the Iowa caucus grows nearer and the primary season inches ever closer, two rival Republican candidates have launched direct attacks against Trump. Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis both released ads in Iowa before the caucus attacking Trump for his position on abortion. Trump maintains a commanding lead.