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Supreme Court Justices Meet Behind Closed Doors And Agree To Take Up Trump Ballot Dispute

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The US Supreme Court is facing a significant election case that could impact Donald Trump’s potential return to the White House and the public’s perception of the court.

The case involves Trump’s disqualification from the Colorado ballot and could influence the 2024 elections.

The justices will review the case and consider whether Trump should be barred from future office due to his alleged role in the January 6, 2021, Capitol insurrection. (Trending: Sports Icon Dies Suddenly At 56)

“The United States has a long history of political protests that have turned violent,” the filing reads.

“In the summer of 2020 alone, violent protestors targeted the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, for over 50 days, repeatedly assaulted federal officers and set fire to the courthouse, all in support of a purported political agenda opposed to the authority of the United States.”

“In the context of violent American political protests, January 6 was not an insurrection and thus no justification of invoking section 3.”

Trump’s legal team argues for urgency in resolving the dispute, emphasizing potential disenfranchisement of voters.

The outcome could have far-reaching implications for future presidential candidates and officials accused of insurrection.

The case underscores the Supreme Court’s increasing role in the 2024 election and the ongoing scrutiny surrounding its decisions.

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