The likelihood of the Supreme Court intervening in the case related to former President Donald Trump's 2024 candidacy is getting bigger and bigger.
At this point in time, Donald Trump has faced multiple legal attempts to foil his run to become the 47th president of the United States of America.
After every attempt to find the former president guilty and remove him from voter’s ballots, Donald Trump has emerged victorious.
News of his latest victory is spreading quickly and for good reason.
Sarah Wallace, a District Court judge in Colorado, has deemed the former president as eligible to appear on Colorado’s primary election ballot.
The Trump campaign breathed a sigh of relief.
“We applaud today’s ruling in Colorado, which is another nail in the coffin of the un-American ballot challenges,” a spokesperson of Donald Trump’s campaign said to the Washington Examiner.
Trump is proving to be a cat with nine lives, who, at this rate, very well may become America’s next president.
“The American voter has a Constitutional right to vote for the candidate of their choosing, with President Donald J. Trump leading by massive numbers. This right was correctly preserved in Colorado today and we urge the swift disposal of any and all remaining Democrat ballot challenges,” the campaign went on to write in a statement.
It would appear Trump has won the battle in Colorado, but the former president’s campaign knows that the losing party could very well appeal to the Supreme Court.
Trump is also still facing similar lawsuits in at least 14 other states, all with the same goal in mind: to stop him from running for president.
With every court victory for Trump, the likelihood of him heading into a Supreme Court case grows.
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