2024 is going to be a dumpster fire of a year for US politics

Politics 2024 is going to be a dumpster fire of a year for US politics Facebook Email Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Read in app Caution tape blows in the wind on the east front plaza of the U.S. Capitol Building on September 27, 2023, in Washington, DC. 2023 was a chaotic mess. Next year’s calendar is already jam-packed with primaries and trial dates. Buckle up! Advertisement 2023 has been one for the books. Between a prolonged fight to choose a House speaker, a second prolonged fight to pick a new speaker after the first one got sacked, responding to a war in Gaza, funding an ongoing war in Ukraine, a near-government shutdown, a months-long block of military promotions, George Santos , 91 felony charges levied against former President Donald Trump, and GOP presidential hopefuls looking to make a name for themselves against Trump in the coming election, it’s been a chaotic year for American politics. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. Have an account? . Unfortunately, 2024 isn’t shaping up to be any less hectic as next year’s calendar has already filled up before the year’s even begun. Two overarching stories are poised to shape 2024’s news coverage: Trump’s slew of legal battles and the presidential election itself, where it seems all but certain he’ll be the Republican nominee taking on President Joe Biden in a rematch of the 2020 election. Advertisement Trump is once again set to take the spotlight Then-President Donald Trump dances at the end of a rally in Bern Township, Pennsylvania on October 31, 2020. The embattled former president is currently embroiled in a slew of legal battles in Georgia, New York, Washington, DC, and Florida over alleged attempts to overturn the results of the […]

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