Political and Legislative

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Donald Trump’s Ballot Removal Case

The Supreme Court on Thursday appeared reluctant to take the extraordinary step of allowing states to keep former President Trump from appearing on the ballot this fall, after multiple states have attempted to remove him citing the 14th Amendment.

It’s not clear when the high court will come down with a ruling, but both sides have sought an expedited decision because of the looming November election.

“It’s about the vote. It’s about our Constitution,” Trump said in a radio interview Thursday morning with The John Fredericks Show. “You can’t take the vote away from the people. That would be so bad for democracy, so bad for our country.”

Read the source article at The Hill

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