Biden Under Fire as Hunter Convicted, SCOTUS Boosts Trump, Untaxed Tips Proposed

The White House was under scrutiny after Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, was convicted of wrongdoing. The Biden administration faced questions about how it responded to the news. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court made a ruling that could benefit former President Donald Trump if he decides to seek re-election and return to the White House. The ruling pertained to regulations that Trump had sought to overturn during his presidency. Additionally, Trump proposed a new policy during a speech in Nevada, suggesting that tips should not be taxed. This policy would likely be welcomed by many workers in the service industry.


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