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U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Colorado 14th Amendment ruling, clearing Trump for ballot

Former President Donald Trump must be placed on Colorado’s 2024 ballot, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday, striking down a first-of-its-kind holding by the Colorado Supreme Court that the Republican front-runner is disqualified from office under a Civil War-era insurrection clause.

Presidential campaign moves to the border, as Biden urges Trump to back immigration deal

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon paid competing visits to the nation’s southern border, where Biden called on Congress to reconsider a bipartisan border security deal that Republicans tanked at Trump’s direction.

Michigan primary results may indicate tougher waters for Trump than Biden

While the main narrative is that support for President Joe Biden, who handily won with more than 81% of the vote, is imperiled by the more than 100,000 Democrats who voted uncommitted, some analysts say that a closer look at the numbers may indicate more concern for former President Donald Trump in Michigan, which is poised to once again be a key swing state in November.

Former GOP officials warn of ‘terrifying possibilities’ if Trump immunity claim accepted

Accepting former President Donald Trump’s claim of presidential immunity would embolden future presidents to use military force to stay in office indefinitely, a group of anti-Trump Republican former officials warned in a Tuesday brief to the U.S. Supreme Court.