Historic hearings begin on whether 14th Amendment disqualifies Trump from running for president

Oct 30, 2023 View Original Article
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58% : So my job through all of this is to follow the law and uphold the Constitution," Griswold said.
51% : Topics for this week's hearing include the history and application of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, if the section is self-executing, if it applies to presidents, the meaning of "engaged" and "insurrection" as used in the section and how often and on what basis does the secretary of state exclude candidates based on constitutional deficiencies, among other items.
49% : "I look forward to the court providing guidance, of course, to me in Colorado but to election officials across the nation as to whether Trump has disqualified himself for engaging in insurrection," Secretary of State Jena Griswold said in an interview with ABC News.
48% : His attorneys have challenged the suit on various grounds, including arguing that the litigation is unfolding too soon before the state's Republican primary in March and invoking anti-SLAPP laws, which are based on the notion that people should not be targeted with lawsuits for exercising their First Amendment rights as Trump claims he did in attacking the 2020 election results.
44% : Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon, a Democrat, is also named in the lawsuit because of his role.
43% : Griswold is not presenting evidence in the case but has said she will comply if called as a witness and would answer any legal questions about Colorado election law, their certification process or any other inquiries.
38% : "Trump's attorney Scott Gessler, a former secretary of state for Colorado, said in his own opening remarks that the suit is "anti-democratic.
37% : Trump's team also unsuccessfully sought for the case to be moved from state to federal court.
28% : The idea has also been endorsed by some conservative legal scholars, though some notable Republican elections officials, like Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who has criticized Trump's election rhetoric, have been skeptical of it.
25% : "The people who are pursuing this absurd conspiracy theory and political attack on President Trump are stretching the law beyond recognition," a spokesperson previously said in a statement.

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