Supreme Court is urged to rule Trump is ineligible to be president again because of the Jan. 6 riot

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Posted at 9:26 PM, Jan 26, 2024
and last updated 2024-01-27 00:45:55-05

WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers seeking to keep Donald Trump off the ballot are urging the Supreme Court to declare he's ineligible to be president again because he spearheaded the U.S. Capitol attack in an effort to overturn his 2020 election loss.

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Donald Trump banned from CO ballot in historic ruling by state's Supreme Court

The Associated Press
4:26 PM, Dec 19, 2023

Their legal brief Friday was filled with vivid descriptions of the violence of Jan. 6, 2021. The brief calls on the justices not to flinch from doing their constitutional duty and to uphold a Colorado court decision to kick the 2024 Republican presidential front-runner off the state's primary ballot.

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Colorado GOP appeals state supreme court decision banning Trump from ballot

Jeff Anastasio
4:54 PM, Dec 27, 2023

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Feb. 8 in a case with the potential to disrupt the presidential election. Trump's lawyers say the Colorado court's ruling should be reversed.