Former United States President Donald Trump ran for president in 2016 as the Republican candidate for president of the United States after beating sixteen other candidates in a controversial campaign that garnered praise and support from foreign dictatorships, domestic and global white nationalists. far right.
According to Vox News, Donald Trump is the first president to miss both military and political service. The only other president to be elected with the least military or political experience was Woodrow Wilson in 1913, with only two years in public office.
Donald Trump’s presidency has had successes and failures. A few of Donald Trump’s accomplishments are successfully defeating the Islamic State Caliphate and killing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Baghdadi was until then the most wanted terrorist in the world and his death represented a blow for the terrorist group according to Businessinsider. In 2014, when ISIS took control of a large swath of territory across Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, it shocked the world.
According to Businessinsider.com, one of Donald Trump’s most enduring yet impactful accomplishments was to reshape the federal court system. Trump installed three Supreme Court justices and 226 total justices on the federal bench. In just four years, Trump has appointed 54 judges to 13 U.S. circuit courts. To put that into perspective, former President Barack Obama appointed 55 circuit judges during his two terms in the White House.
As of December 2019, Trump nominees made up about 25% of all U.S. circuit court judges, according to an analysis from the Washington Post.
Donald Trump also had hard-hitting failures. In 2016, Trump campaigned to reduce undocumented immigrants. In his campaign, he stressed he would reduce the number of undocumented immigrants, but his administration’s “zero tolerance” policy on illegal border crossings has led to the separation of at least 5,500 families and saw children placed in cages. Asset falsely blamed his predecessorformer President Barack Obama, for the policy that saw thousands of children separated from their parents.
In May 2018, chaos across the Middle East was sparked by Donald Trump’s decision to unilaterally withdraw the United States from the 2015 nuclear deal. It remains one of Trump’s most unpopular moves on the world stage.
When Trump’s term ended on January 20, 2021, we thought that was the last we would hear of his shenanigans, but Donald Trump is currently battling the United States after efforts to slow an investigation criminal on classified documents. that the FBI seized at Mar-a-Lago, his Florida residence in August.
One of the biggest issues in this case, for example, is whether Trump could demand that the FBI return more than 100 documents seized from his residence, all of which are marked as classified because they may be his property.
The Justice Department sought limited relief from the 11th Circuit. The Justice Department has yet to challenge Judge Cannon’s order appointing the special master or directing him to go through unclassified documents seized from Trump. But he asked for permission from the appeals court to continue his criminal and national security investigations into the classified documents.
It is possible for Trump to ask the Supreme Court to reinstate Justice Cannon’s original order that his lawyers read the unclassified documents seized from Trump. But he just lost to a conservative panel dominated by judges he appointed. Even this Supreme Court is unlikely to go along with him.
In other words, Trump’s challenge to the case is still ongoing, but the DOJ will be allowed to continue its criminal investigation of Trump without further significant interference from Judge Cannon.