Former President’s eligibility under the 14th Amendment debated, but judge rules in favor of inclusion
Written & Drafted By Shafeek Ahmad, Published On 15-November-2023, 01:25 PM EST.
In a recent ruling, Michigan Court of Claims Judge James Redford dismissed efforts to exclude former President Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot. Critics had argued that Trump’s involvement in the events surrounding the January 6th U.S. Capitol storming constituted an act of insurrection, rendering him ineligible under the 14th Amendment.
The debate over Trump’s eligibility continues as legal battles unfold in various states. The recent ruling in Michigan underscores the complexity of interpreting the 14th Amendment in the context of presidential candidacy. As Trump’s legal team faces challenges in multiple jurisdictions, the outcome remains uncertain.
Source: Fox News
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