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Joe Biden Faces Growing Calls To Denounce Colorado’s Ruling To Remove Trump From Ballot

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Political commentators and experts suggest that President Biden should denounce the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to remove former President Trump from the 2024 ballot.

They argue that it could be a strong political move for Biden, showing confidence in his ability to win without excluding Trump.

Some Republicans have criticized the decision, claiming it undermines democracy. (Trending: Judge Announces Historic Ruling In Jeffrey Epstein Case)

However, Biden has declined to comment on the issue, stating that the court should make the decision regarding the 14th Amendment’s application.

The ruling is stayed until Jan. 4 due to likely appeals, with expectations that Trump will take the case to the Supreme Court.

“If Biden were smart, he’d denounce the CO Supreme Court ruling,” former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer wrote.

“He’d call it wrong and show confidence he can win without throwing Trump off the ballot.”

“But he won’t do that because he is too afraid of the progressive left and too weak to stand up to them.”

“The smartest move for Biden would be to direct the DOJ to oppose Colorado’s efforts to kick Trump off the ballot,” Fox News Host Laura Ingraham said.

“Democrats in Colorado are removing President Trump from the ballot because the ‘Democrat’ Party opposes democracy, which is a system where voters get to select their elected leaders,” Republican Congresswoman Mary Miller wrote on X.

“If Biden and the ‘media’ actually believed in democracy, they would denounce this immediately.”

“This is a good time for Biden to convey the image that he cultivated in the election,” George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley said.

“James Freeman Clarke once said ‘a politician thinks of the next election; a statesman thinks of the next generation.’ It is time for Biden to show that he can think of the next generation and oppose this insidious ruling.”

Biden “should do everything he can to distance himself from these efforts,” Alex Conant, founding partner at Firehouse Strategies said.

“The more partisan it looks, the more it will help Trump.”

“Americans need a 9-0 ruling from our U.S. Supreme Court justices to send a definitive signal that the Colorado court’s action is unconstitutional,” David Avella, chairman of GOPAC said.

“Now, whether the 14th Amendment applies, let the court make that decision,” Biden said.

“But he certainly supported an insurrection. No question about it. None. Zero.”

“And he seems to be doubling down on about everything.”

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