Former President Donald Trump wants to compete in the presidential election to be held in November next year in America. However, the former president recently suffered a major setback in the Colorado Supreme Court. The court said, this Republican leader cannot compete in the state of Colorado in the presidential primary. Trump then approached the Michigan Supreme Court. Finally, yesterday, the former US president succeeded in the court.
According to the BBC, the Supreme Court of Michigan has dismissed the case to exclude Donald Trump from the primary election. As a result, he will be able to participate in the selection of candidates for the state of Michigan in the 2024 presidential election. The Supreme Court said it will not hear an appeal against a lower court order barring Trump from the upcoming election.
After this incident, Trump wrote on his own social network Truth Social, “The court tried hard to remove me from the election, but could not.”
Last week, the Supreme Court of Colorado ruled in the case of Trump’s incitement in the Capitol Hill attack, according to the US Constitution, engaging in conspiracy against the state is a serious crime and therefore Trump cannot be a candidate there.
On January 6, 2021, Trump supporters attacked the US Capitol Hill. The court took this decision due to allegations that Trump had a role there. However, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Trump is not qualified to be a presidential candidate overall.
Colorado will hold a presidential primary in March next year. Trump can also fight with other Republican leaders.