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the ruling of the Supreme Court – breaking latest news

by Viviana Mazza

The United States Supreme Court ruled this unanimously, overturning the Colorado court’s ruling that Donald Trump was unfit for his role in the insurrection of January 6, 2021. Biden: No comment. Tomorrow the former president will challenge Nikki Haley in the Colorado primary

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The Supreme Court has confirmed Donald Trump’s eligibility in Colorado, one of the 15 states voting today on Super Tuesday, the busiest of the events in the primary calendar for the White House. The nine justices unanimously granted the former president’s appeal of the Colorado State Supreme Court’s decision to ban him for his role in the storming of the Capitol under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which bars people from holding public office. officials involved in insurrections against the Constitution.

The ruling of the Federal Supreme Court establishes that it is not up to the States to decide, which would create chaos and conflict situations between one State and another. Also act as a precedent for all appeals pending in other States. As expected, the decision does not address the merits of the insurrection itself (whether Trump’s words and actions favored an insurrection and whether the assault on the Capitol on January 6, 2021 can be considered such).

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Despite the unanimous ruling, the justices were divided on how Section 3 of the 14th Amendment might be applied in the future: the majority of five conservatives say it is up to Congress to determine this, while the three liberal justices (Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, Ketanji Brown Jackson) believe that it should not necessarily be up to Congress alone. Even according to Judge Amy Coney Barrett, one of three Trump appointees, the Court would not have to address the complicated question of whether federal law is the exclusive vehicle for the application of Section 3, but Barrett invited her colleagues to focus on the aspects on which there is agreement to lower the temperature of the political conflict in the country.

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Because if Trump returns, Italy and Germany will suffer more

This sentence was a success for Trump, who wrote on his social network Truth: Great victory for America. In a radio interview, he said he was honored: for future presidents, not for me. At his residence in Mar-a-Lago in Florida he then stated that the next step will be the granting of immunity: no president should be indicted. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear — on April 22 — the case on presidential immunity invoked by Trump in the federal trial in Washington for attempts to subvert the 2020 vote.

Many experts expected yesterday’s decision on the 14th Amendment, but instead believe that Trump will not get immunity. However, the fact that the Supreme Court accepted the case will likely prevent the Washington trial from taking place before the November elections, which is part of Trump’s legal strategy.

His confirmation as a candidate for the Republican nomination should take place around March 12 or 19, with the majority of delegates having been reached. A new poll by the New York Times gives him the lead with 48% against 43% for Biden, who in an interview with the New Yorker appears calm, regardless of the polls, but warns: I think he will do anything to win. If — and when — I win, I will contest it.

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March 4, 2024 (modified March 4, 2024 | 8:08 pm)

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