Supreme Court Gives Trump Incredible News

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The ex-president also said that his case on immunity would ultimately be brought before the Supreme Court, emphasizing the significance of the president’s immunity in the United States. And I am not referring to myself.

“I’m talking about any president has to have immunity, because if you take immunity away from the president, so important, you will have – you have a president that’s not going to be able to do anything, because when he leaves office, the opposing party president, if it’s the opposing party, will indict the president for doing something that should have been good.”

In a recent development, the Supreme Court granted an emergency appeal from Trump’s lawyers following the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to prohibit his inclusion on the state’s 2024 ballot.

According to Fox News, the Supreme Court has announced that all written arguments for the case must be submitted by January 31st, and the oral arguments will be heard on February 8th.

The request for a writ of certiorari has been approved. The decision said that the matter is scheduled for oral argument on Thursday, February 8, 2024. The petitioner’s main legal argument, as well as any additional filings from interested parties supporting either side or neither side, must be submitted by Thursday, January 18, 2024.

Simultaneously, the supreme court granted a temporary suspension of Colorado’s directive, directing the secretary of state of that state to reinstate Trump’s name on the ballot until the ultimate ruling is made in the lawsuit.

The Colorado court disqualified Trump from seeking elected office based on the 14th Amendment’s prohibition of “officers” of the United States having participated in “insurrection”. According to Fox News, the Supreme Court justices are expected to examine the interpretation of the term “engaged in insurrection” in order to reach their rulings.

Simultaneously, a lawsuit seeking to eliminate Trump and Republican Sen. Cynthia Lummis from election ballots was denied by a judge in a Wyoming district court. This development prompted Wyoming Republican Secretary of State Chuck Gray to express jubilation, as reported by Fox on Friday.

In November, Tim Newcomb, a former attorney, initiated a legal action known as Newcomb v. Chuck Gray, in which he petitioned the Albany County District Court to exclude Trump and Lummis from participating in future elections. He contended that they were “traitors” to the Constitution in relation to the riot that occurred on January 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol Building.


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