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Donald Trump is now ineligible in Maine and will not be able to run in the state's primary elections – News

Donald Trump is now ineligible in Maine and will not be able to run in the state's primary elections – News

The main electoral body in the state of Maine decided, on Thursday (28), that Donald Trump is disqualified and will not be able to run in the primary elections in the state, due to his attempt to nullify the results of opinion polls in the 2020 elections and encourage his supporters. To invade the country's Congress.

Colorado concluded last week that the Fourteenth Amendment to the US Constitution bars the former president from running again for the White House because of his role in the January 6 attack on the Capitol.


Trump has been charged in a federal case and in Georgia for his role in trying to overturn Joe Biden's victory, but he has not been charged with insurrection in connection with the January 6 attack.

The US Supreme Court ruling could resolve Trump's eligibility nationwide.

In Michigan, voters tried to file an appeal to also bar the Republican from running in the primary. However, the state Supreme Court did not accept this.

“We are not persuaded that the issues presented should be considered by this court,” the justices said in a brief order.


Trump is leading the race to be the Republican Party's nominee in the upcoming presidential elections.

Biden is on his way to becoming a representative of the Democratic Party, but his low popularity and election polls may change this situation.


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