RUFUS - President McCallum's second year as President has arrived, and many speculate that his Presidency will not survive the upcoming trial to determine if he sexually assaulted several women before and after becoming President. He is also facing uncertainty after petitioning the Supreme Court to exclude evidence that could convict him yesterday.
In the event that he survives the trial, and he is found not guilty, what does it mean for his last two years in office, and how will this shape the last two years of the McCallum-Simon Administration.
Many political analysts weigh in on what the next two years will entail for his Presidency and the Nation as a whole.
"If President McCallum survives his Sexual Assault trial, and he is found not guilty, it will still spell trouble for him as Nationalists will likely lose faith in the stability of the McCallum-Simon administration," said Ronny White, JNN Political Center Analyst, "He will also need to provide his value to the party after weathering the storm of activists who will likely contest the decision of the Senate Ethics Committee. He will have to ensure he is stepping carefully on specific topics, more so ones with Women's Rights and legislation on abortion."
Now that McCallum is seasoned as President, he will face many political upheavals as the Senate works to find the truth about the claims made against the President. But in terms of economic, foreign and legislative stability, he may be just fine during his last two years.
McCallum has announced that before he leaves office, he is committed to getting Congress to approve the establishment of at least 10 of the 20 new proposed states and to work towards to getting Jesstopia's continental territories entered into statehood. McCallum has also issued that he will continue to create legislation to boost infrastructure and oil production. He says that he wants to prevent the Federal Government from levying property to supplement any form of taxation debt or physical debt. He has worked on his 2023 Tax Plan which has yet to pass either Chamber of Congress.
The next two years seem to be positive for Jesstopians alike. More legislation and reduction of tax burdens which McCallum promised in the most recent rounds of promises to Jesstopian Voters. He also aimed his plans at Republicans, the leaders of the trial against McCallum, citing that "he will fight to get this legislation passed, with or without the support of the Republican minority." He also aimed his attack on the legitimacy of the Leadership of House Minority Leader Jay Laylin who sought a full ethics committee and judiciary committee investigation into the report of sexual assault by President McCallum.
McCallum will face a strong next two years, but as he did when Joe Diester died unexpectedly, he took on his leadership role and did so graciously and with great strength. He will continue to provide the best outcome for Jesstopians and the United States Of Jesstopia.