As reported by Newsweek on October 25, 2023, amidst personal legal issues, former President Donald Trump has criticized President Joe Biden and hinted at actions he might take if he returns to office next year.
Trump’s legal troubles include being sued by New York Attorney General Letitia James and facing four indictments. A major case alleges that the Trump Organization inflated Trump’s net worth on financial documents, purportedly to facilitate deals and loans.
On the Truth Social platform, Trump labeled Biden “the most corrupt and incompetent president,” suggesting Republicans might pursue legal actions against him.
In light of this, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy initiated an impeachment inquiry into Biden over his family’s business ventures, which the White House dismissed as baseless.
Amid these events, the GOP is grappling with internal issues, especially the election of a new House speaker after Jim Jordan’s failure to obtain the required votes.
These intertwined legal and political scenarios are anticipated to significantly influence the U.S. political scene in the near future.