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It's not true that zero voting machines will be certified before the next presidential election
Not true that no voting machines will be certified by the 2024 election
After Trump questioned Biden’s 2020 victory, new certification standards were made for voting machines. But they don’t decertify old systems.
Yes, the RICO Act was created to prosecute the Mafia and other mobsters
Donald Trump is charged with violating Georgia’s RICO Act. His former lawyer Rudy Giuliani used the federal version of the law to prosecute mobsters.
Yes, you can be elected president if you've been indicted or found guilty in a criminal case
Presidential eligibility is outlined in the Constitution and doesn't exclude anyone who's been charged with a crime or found guilty in a criminal case.
Trump cannot pardon himself in state cases if he's re-elected
One of the top questions we’ve received from our readers is whether former President Trump could be pardoned if he is convicted. Here’s what we can VERIFY.
Could the 14th Amendment keep Trump out of office? Why it’s unlikely
The Supreme Court would likely have to rule on two key questions before the ‘insurrection clause’ could be invoked.
Fact checking if the 14th Amendment applies to Trump's eligibility to run
People are wondering if the 14th Amendment could bar Trump from becoming president again, if elected. But law experts say there are key points to answer first.
Yes, convicted felons can run for president even if they can’t vote
Several states have laws stripping felons of voting rights, but the Constitution ensures those people can still run for federal office.
Felons can run for president even if they can’t vote
Can felons run for president, Senate, or House of Representatives even if their state denies them voting rights? Yes, the Constitution allows it.
Comparing Trump's federal indictment to the Biden, Pence, Clinton investigations
Joe Biden, Mike Pence, and Hillary Clinton have all been investigated for mishandling classified documents. But only Donald Trump has faced criminal charges.
Why Trump’s case is different from Biden, Pence, Clinton
Trump was indicted in Florida on 37 charges related to mishandling classified documents after an investigation led by special counsel Jack Smith.
DeSantis campaign posts AI-generated pictures of Trump and Fauci
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s ‘War Room’ shared a video containing deepfake images of Donald Trump and Anthony Fauci.
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