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Trump Faces Another Ballot Ban In Wyoming

via The Telegraph
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A Wyoming judge has denied a motion to remove Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 presidential ballot under the 14th Amendment.

Trump’s team is appealing similar decisions in Colorado and Maine to the Supreme Court.

“Not again! Yes, once again…Today, a federal judge in Wyoming rejected yet another 14th Amendment lawsuit. Bye!” attorney Harmeet Dhillon posted. (Trending: Pro Sport Announces Shock Decision On Transgender Athletes)

The 14th Amendment stipulates that those engaged in insurrection are ineligible for office, leading to claims against Trump due to his alleged involvement in the January 6 storming of Congress.

The decisions have triggered a response from Trump’s team and Republican supporters, with expectations of a Supreme Court ruling in favor of Trump.

“It should be a slam dunk in the Supreme Court. I have faith in them. People like Kavanaugh, who the president fought for, who the president went through hell to get into place, he’ll step up,” attorney Alina Habba said.

“Those people will step up not because they’re pro-Trump, but because they’re pro-law, because they’re pro-fairness, and the law on this is very clear.”

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