On Friday, a consensus was reached by the Supreme Court to determine whether former President Donald Trump’s involvement in insurrection during his efforts to invalidate the 2020 election renders him ineligible for the Republican primary ballot in Colorado.
On February 8, the case that has the potential to determine the outcome of the presidential election this year will be argued.
Since the primary season is about to commence, the court will likely render a decision swiftly.
Breaking News: The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether Donald Trump is eligible for Colorado’s primary ballot, after the state Supreme Court ruled him ineligible because he engaged in insurrection after the 2020 election. A hearing is set for February. https://t.co/ibz0uuBNLG
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 5, 2024
Mr. Trump petitioned the Supreme Court for intervention one month after the highest court in Colorado disqualified him from the ballot.
This decision is pending the justices’ consideration of the situation.
This story is developing…
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