The hottest Trump Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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Steady • 27772 implied HN points • 06 Feb 24
  1. A federal appeals court rejected Donald Trump's immunity claim for alleged crimes regarding the 2020 election.
  2. The court panel comprised of judges from both Democratic and Republican parties unanimously ruled against Trump.
  3. Trump has a tight deadline to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court as his legal strategies face challenges.
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TK News by Matt Taibbi • 6976 implied HN points • 15 Feb 24
  1. The CIA allegedly manipulated intelligence to hide that Russia favored Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
  2. Some CIA analysts believed that Russia had a comfortable relationship with Hillary Clinton, contrary to what was publicly declared.
  3. The intelligence report claiming Russian interference to benefit Trump and harm Clinton was deemed inaccurate and misled the public.
Sarah Kendzior’s Newsletter • 3913 implied HN points • 12 Mar 24
  1. The 2024 election is compared to a worn-out horror film franchise, with predictable plots and disappointment.
  2. The narrative draws parallels between the characters in 'Halloween' films and the political figures in the 2024 election.
  3. The election commentary conveys a sense of dread and disappointment in the state of politics and power dynamics.
Bulwark+ • 9414 implied HN points • 09 Jan 24
  1. Donald Trump's character is revealed through his treatment of war hero John McCain, showcasing a lack of respect and decency.
  2. Trump's behavior exemplifies a 'Crab Bucket Moral Universe' where he demeans heroism and operates with bitterness and envy.
  3. It is important to remember Trump's actions and behavior in 2024 to understand his lack of shame and ethical standards.
Today's Edition Newsletter • 8156 implied HN points • 12 Jan 24
  1. President Biden coordinated a strike with allies against Houthi rebels to protect global commerce
  2. House Republicans are pressuring Speaker Mike Johnson to change a spending deal, risking a government shutdown
  3. Misinformation about Joe Biden's border policies persists, despite data showing his enforcement is more aggressive than Trump's
Robert Reich • 30287 implied HN points • 07 Aug 23
  1. Trump violated a key condition of his release pending trial by making statements that could be seen as attempts to influence jurors or intimidate witnesses.
  2. Prosecutors requested a protective order to stop Trump from sharing information about the upcoming trial after he made threatening posts on social media.
  3. The court must assert the rule of law and be prepared to take action, potentially including revoking Trump's release pending trial or putting him in jail, to ensure he is treated like any other criminal defendant.
Robert Reich • 26612 implied HN points • 24 Jul 23
  1. Donald Trump is gearing up for a final battle against democracy and the rule of law.
  2. A potential indictment against Trump will shift focus to him in the 2024 election, making it a referendum on him rather than Biden.
  3. Defending democracy and the rule of law is crucial in the face of authoritarian impulses and the threat posed by Trump and his supporters.
TK News by Matt Taibbi • 2199 implied HN points • 08 Feb 24
  1. Livestream event at 7:30 ET for Nevada Caucus Watch Party on racket.news with hosts in Las Vegas.
  2. Unusual events in past elections, like Nikki Haley's loss, add intrigue to the 2024 presidential season.
  3. Author will be at the Trump watch party for the Nevada caucus, adding to the unpredictable nature of American politics.
Points And Figures • 746 implied HN points • 17 Mar 24
  1. Education funding doesn't always result in better student performance; embrace school choice for improved outcomes.
  2. Republicans should address the abortion issue firmly, defund the abortion industry, and focus on education and conversation.
  3. Changing the tax code to consumption-based taxation could provide economic incentives for growth and burden levied based on richer individuals.
Writing from London • 393 implied HN points • 18 Jan 24
  1. Freedom is not solely associated with the 'Christian' West.
  2. The clash of civilisations hypothesis linking Western Christianity to freedom has been disproven in the age of Trump and Putin.
  3. The Russian invasion of Ukraine challenges the idea of the West as Christendom and exposes threats from Russia and evangelical Christian support for Trump.
Public • 607 implied HN points • 19 Nov 23
  1. Democrats have shifted from defending free speech to censoring and falsely accusing opponents.
  2. Many initially skeptical liberals became convinced that American democracy was under threat after the Capitol riot.
  3. Democrats used the insurrection narrative to demonize voters, justify censorship, and weaponize the justice system.
Silver Bulletin • 217 implied HN points • 27 Oct 23
  1. Some hopeless Republican candidates are likely to drop out in the next six weeks, while others may stay longer due to various factors like momentum and media attention.
  2. Anti-Trump Republicans may need to rally behind a single challenger to have a chance, as Trump currently has a strong lead in head-to-head matchups.
  3. Candidates like DeSantis and Haley may be the best options to challenge Trump, but even their chances seem slim based on current polling data.