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Trump’s Ballot Eligibility Heads to Supreme Court


“The Supreme Court on Thursday will confront the critical question of Donald Trump’s eligibility to return to the White House, hearing argument in an unprecedented case that gives the justices a central role in charting the course of a presidential election for the first time in nearly a quarter-century,” the Washington Post reports.

“The justices will decide whether Colorado’s top court was correct to apply a post-Civil War provision of the Constitution to order Trump off the ballot after concluding his actions around the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol amounted to insurrection.”

CBS News: “When the nine members of the Supreme Court take their seats on the bench on Thursday, they will be wading into uncharted legal waters to hear a case that could have sweeping ramifications for the 2024 presidential race.”

CNN reports Trump won’t attend the Supreme Court hearing.

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