During his tenure, he has been the third such President who has also been impeached. In such a situation, experts believe that Trump may face many troubles after his removal from the presidency.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden won more than 270 electoral college votes in the US election, so he has every right to become president, while Trump has little legal avenues.
The BBC has quoted experts as saying that investigations into alleged scandals during Trump's tenure suggest that he may face difficult financial circumstances in addition to criminal proceedings following his withdrawal from the presidency.
Some experts have said that Trump cannot be criminally prosecuted while in office but he can also be sent to jail after being removed from office. Bennett Gershman, a professor of constitutional law at New York-based Pace University, says Trump may face charges in bank, tax and election fraud, as well as money laundering.
Difficulties in personal debt and business losses
According to the New York Times, Donald Trump may also face heavy financial losses. These include large scale private loans and difficulties in their business. The newspaper has said that Trump has to pay a debt of over $ 300 million over the next four years, while the fact that Trump's private investment is not in a very good position.
Charges on trump
– Interrupting justice over the results of the special counsel Muller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election
– Giving millions of dollars to porn actress Stormy Daniels to keep her mouth shut in the last general election
– In 2018, lawyer Michael Cohen was found guilty in the election mess, Trump aided him in the conspiracy
– Taking action to investigate financial transactions after opening an account with a Chinese bank
– To pressurize the President of Ukraine to initiate investigations against Biden and family
Anger over China after defeat, ban on four CPC leaders
Trump has become even more aggressive against China after the election defeat. 72 days before his term ended, he announced a ban on four Chinese Communist Party (CPC) leaders on the issue of political rights suppression in Hong Kong. The US State Department said that there is a ban on these four traveling to the US and acquiring any kind of property here.
Efforts to cancel Obamacare intensify
After the election defeat, Trump's party and administration have once again stepped up efforts to repeal the Health Insurance Act (Obamacare) passed during the predecessor President Barack Obama. At a third hearing on this in the US Supreme Court, the Attorney General of the 18 states governing the Republican Party wants the law to be repealed. This will take away the insurance cover of 23 million people.
FDA and Pfizer stop Trump's announcement, Trump charges
US President Donald Trump accused the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and pharmaceutical company 'Pfizer' of deliberately halting the announcement of the Kovid-19 vaccine before the presidential election so that they could not win the election. Trump tweeted that the FDA and Democrats did not want the vaccine credited to him before the election. So it was announced five days later.
Pfizer had said that the analysis showed that its vaccine could be up to 90 percent effective in preventing Kovid-19. Pfizer did not elaborate on this, but said that the results may change by the end of the study.
Trump alleged that if Biden had been president, you would not have received the vaccine for the next four years and the FDA would not have approved it immediately. The bureaucratic system would have destroyed millions of lives.
Willing to write a new chapter in American history: Harris
America's newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris said that she and newly elected President Joe Biden are ready to write a new chapter in American history.
Harris, releasing the Biden-Harris administration priority list, said, “From day one, we will build an economy that benefits working families.” This will be our positive beginning.
Election Crime Investigation Branch Chief Richard Pilar resigns
US Attorney General William Barr allowed the country's federal prosecutors to investigate the case of allegations of irregularities during the 2020 presidential election. Following this order, Richard Pilar, director of the Election Crime Branch of the US Department of Justice, has resigned. Pilar took the step after Trump was allowed to investigate after allegations that he used the Justice Department to challenge the results.
Restore India's GSP status, give signs of strengthening of relationship: Aghi
A trade deal could be reached by the US elected president Joe Biden and Washington restoring the Generalized Preferential System of Trade (GSP) in the case of India and sending a strong signal to New Delhi. This was stated by Mukesh Aghi, President of Indo-American Strategic and Partnership Forum (USISPF).
Miller becomes caretaker defense minister after Espar's sacking
After President Trump lost the election, US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper was sacked and replaced by Christopher Miller, director of the National Anti-Terrorism Center, as caretaker defense minister. They are extremely close to Trump. He has been awarded the Gardiner G. Hubbard Memorial Award in American History.