Trump's Deportation Pledge, Marjorie Taylor Greene's Push To Cut Buttigieg's Salary And Elon Musk's Reaction To Jim Jordan's Government Censorship: This Week In Politics

As the week unfolded, the political landscape was anything but quiet. From Donald Trump‘s ambitious deportation pledge to Marjorie Taylor Greene‘s successful bid to slash Pete Buttigieg‘s salary. Meanwhile, Elon Musk voiced concerns over censorship, Andy Beshear clinched re-election in Kentucky, and North Korea shifted its diplomatic focus.

Trump’s Deportation Pledge At Florida Rally

The former President, Donald Trump, vowed to conduct the “Largest Domestic Deportation in American History” if he was re-elected. In a rally held in Florida, Trump echoed his hardline stance on immigration, promising to implement an expanded travel ban to prevent potential terrorist attacks. Read the full article here.

House GOP’s $1 Salary For Buttigieg

In a dramatic move, House Republicans, led by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, passed a bill to reduce Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s salary to a minimal $1. Greene criticized Buttigieg on social media platform X for his performance, accusing him of prioritizing photo ops and private jet trips over his duties. Read the full article here.

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Musk Concerned About Government Censorship

Tech billionaire Elon Musk expressed his worries over alleged government-led censorship prior to the 2020 presidential elections, calling it a “big deal”. Musk was reacting to Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan’s posts about the Department of Homeland Security’s involvement in creating a “disinformation” group at Stanford University. Read the full article here.

Andy Beshear Clinches Re-Election in Kentucky

Democratic Governor Andy Beshear won a second term in Kentucky’s gubernatorial race, defeating Trump-backed candidate Daniel Cameron. This victory represents a significant win for the Democrats in a state with a Republican slant. Read the full article here.

North Korea’s Shift in Diplomatic Focus

North Korea has reportedly stopped pursuing formal diplomatic ties with the United States, turning instead towards China and Russia. According to nuclear expert Siegfried Hecker, international sanctions have pushed North Korea closer to these countries, rather than achieving their aim of isolation. Read the full article here.

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