Will Trump’s legal woes keep him out of the WH

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Former President Donald Trump is likely far from a full reprieve in his never-ending legal saga, but he could soon see victories in the courtroom, including in his fight to remain on state primary ballots.

Trump, who has all but assumed the mantle as the Republican nominee to take on President Joe Biden in the November general election, is preparing to make his case before the Supreme Court as to why he should remain on state primary ballots. The Feb. 8 oral arguments at the high court stem from his appeal of a 4-3 decision by the Colorado Supreme Court that disqualified him from appearing on the ballot under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection clause.

From a likely win on ballot eligibility challenges to turbulence in the Georgia election interference case to polling that suggests voters are unphased by Trump’s legal problems, glimmers of hope may be emerging in a legal picture for Trump that once looked bleak.

Several prominent legal experts have said the Supreme Court will likely decide the 14th Amendment case in a way that allows Trump to remain on the primary ballot in Colorado, thus creating a domino effect for his qualification in states across the country that have seen similar challenges to remove him over allegations that he played a role in the Jan. 6 riot.

Read more at Washingtonexaminer.com

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