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Trump Spokesman Says Nevada Ruling ‘A Victory For All Americans’

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A federal judge in Nevada dismissed a case challenging Trump’s 2024 eligibility, ruling that the plaintiff lacked standing.

The lawsuit questioned Trump’s eligibility based on the Fourteenth Amendment due to the Capitol riot.

The judge found that the plaintiff manufactured standing and highlighted that Trump and the plaintiff are not on the same ballot in Nevada. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Numerous lawsuits are challenging Trump’s eligibility, with the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear arguments in February.

“This is a politically charged question of significant interest to the American public,” Navarro wrote.

“For reasons discussed below, the Court finds that Castro lacks standing, and the Court therefore lacks jurisdiction to hear this case.”

“To have standing to sue in federal court, a plaintiff must have suffered a concrete, particularized, and actual or imminent injury in fact that was caused by the defendant’s challenged conduct and is redressable by a favorable decision,” Navarro said.

“This limitation on the judicial power prevents a plaintiff from invoking Article III jurisdiction of federal court by asserting what is merely a ‘general interest common to all members of the public.’”

“In rejecting his political competitor standing argument, courts have fund that Castro improperly manufactured his standing merely to file this lawsuit,” Navarro added.

“The evidence indicates that Castro is creating his own injury in order to manufacture standing to challenge Trump’s eligibility to run for president.”

“As Castro indicates in his FAC, the Nevada Republican Party is holding a caucus separate from the state-run Presidential Preference Primary. Castro intends on running in the Nevada Republican PP,” a footnote reads.

“Trump is not participating in the PP and is instead appearing on the caucus ballot.”

Trump’s campaign spokesman celebrated the dismissal, labeling the attempts as efforts to steal the election for Biden.

“Today’s dismissal of another bogus, bad-faith, Crooked Joe Biden-engineered attempt to deprive Americans as a whole, and the voters of Nevada specifically, of their right to vote for the candidate of their choice is not only a victory for President Trump, but a victory for all Americans and the people of Nevada,” spokesman Steven Cheung said.

“President Trump remains undefeated in federal court against these cynical efforts to interfere in the 2024 election. Courts in eleven states have now dismissed similar, pathetic, 14th Amendment ballot cases.”

“Make no mistake, each and every one of these ‘ballot-challenges’ are blatant attempts to steal the election for Crooked Joe Biden and disenfranchise over 100 million American voters,” he added.

“President Trump is the leading candidate for not only the Republican primary, but the general election and his opponents are desperate. Rest assured that he will fight each and every one of these disgraceful attacks on American democracy, he will win, and we will all Make America Great Again.”

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