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Critical Error Found in California Lt Governor’s Call to Remove Trump from Ballot

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California Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis made an error in a letter to the California Secretary of State, incorrectly stating that the U.S. Constitution requires a presidential candidate to be 40 years old.

The minimum age is actually 35.

Her mistake prompted mockery and criticism, with many questioning her understanding of the Constitution. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

“The constitution is clear: you must be 40 years old and not be an insurrectionist,” Kounalakis inaccurately wrote in a letter to California Secretary of State.

“Our country is governed by idiots,” responded an X user.

“It’s 40 in the 1619 Constitution,” another X user joked.

The incident reflects a broader concern about the disregard for constitutional principles among some political figures and the establishment’s selective use of constitutional principles to serve their interests.

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