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Donald Trump warns of 'bloodbath' if not elected in US presidential election: Report

Vandalia (United States): Former US President Donald Trump, who is the Republican nominee for November's presidential election, warned of a "bloodbath" if he is not elected in the middle of comments about threats to the US auto industry, media reports said.

US Presidential elections: Joe Biden, Donald Trump secure nominations triggering 2020 rematch

Washington: US President Joe Biden and his predecessor  Donald Trump have secured enough delegates to become their respective parties's 2024 presidential nominees, media reports said.

2024 US Presidential Elections: 'Cannot see myself voting for Biden,' says Elon Musk

Washington/IBNS: US entrepreneur and billionaire Elon Musk has ruled out the possibility of him voting for US President Joe Biden in the 2024 election.

US President Joe Biden impeachment inquiry hearing underway. Here's what happened so far

House Republicans initiated their first impeachment inquiry hearing Thursday allegeding US President Joe Biden was financially benefiting from business dealings with his son, Hunter Biden, even though their expert witnesses conceded that the Republicans do not yet possess the evidence to support their claimed allegations.

Poll reveals majority of US voters oppose Biden impeachment hearings in Congress

Washington/UNI: A national poll conducted by NBC News on Thursday found that a majority of American voters oppose the initiation of a congressional impeachment investigation into President Joe Biden.

US midterm polls: Blow to Joe Biden as Republicans manage to win back House

Washington/UNI: In a blow to US President Joe Biden, Republicans have secured the 218 seats needed for a majority in the lower chamber of the Congress a week after the midterm elections, BBC reported.

US mid-term polls: Democrats to retain control of Senate after winning key Nevada race

Washington: The Democrats will maintain their hold in Congress after Catherine Cortez Masto won re-election in Nevada, handing a major victory to President Joe Biden, media reports said.

US midterm polls: Tight race in Senate with Democrats' projected Pennsylvania win, Republicans lead in House

A close contest prevails in the battle for the Senate with the Democrats being projected to win the key Pennsylvania state as the results for the US midterm elections are coming out on Wednesday.

US democrats slam Trump’s administration for killing Soleimani, fear for bigger conflict

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The United States 2020 Democratic Party Presidential Candidates Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Andrew Yang, as well as US Senator Chris Murphy, have opposed President Donald Trump’s recent move that resulted in the killing of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani and expressed fear of further conflict escalation between Washington and Tehran.

Trump tweets about inclusivity, celebrates 'big win'

Washington, Jan 23 (IBNS): Donald Trump on Monday tweeted about inclusivity, while celebrating his 'big win' after US Senators voted for a temporary funding bill, ending the federal shutdown.

Congress passes bill, US shutdown ends

Washington, Jan 23 (IBNS):  Republicans and Democrats voted for a temporary funding bill that has ended the partial shutdown of the US government, reports said.

Shutdown leaves US federal employees worried about their jobs

Atlanta, Jan 22 (IBNS): The US Federal government shutdown which started Friday midnight -- as a result of disagreements between the Republicans and Democrats over immigration and budgetary issues -- has caused great uncertainty to hundreds of federal employees regarding their jobs, media reports said.

Shutdown is a nice present of Democrats on first anniversary: US President Donald Trump

Washington, Jan 20 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump attacked the Democrats over the government shutdown and said it was a 'nice presented' gifted to him on first anniversary in power.

Jeff Sessions is an honest man, democrats involved in witch-hunt, says Trump

Washington, Mar 3 (IBNS): Amid controversy and resignation involving his US presidential campaign and alleged link with Russia, US President Donald Trump came out in support of US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Obamacare: US Congress takes big step

Washington, Jan 14 (IBNS): In a crucial step, The US House of Representatives has made the move to demolish outgoing US president Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.