Opinion | The biggest question that remains in the 14th Amendment Trump hearing

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Published Feb 09, 2024
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Policy Leaning Analysis

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 10% Conservative:

  • 8 negative sentiments for Trump Impeachment


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 96% Negative and bias score of -96% Liberal:

9 negative sentiments for Donald Trump


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Trump Impeachment

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Donald Trump

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-8% Over more than two hours of oral arguments, the justices coalesced around two primary reasons Trump should remain on the ballot, and they are ..."
-10% The Supreme Court, in other words, may be unified in saving the more politically fraught consequences of Trump's eligibility for a later day."
-16% "Over more than two hours of oral arguments, the justices coalesced around two primary reasons Trump should remain on the ballot, and they are ..."
-18% "The question is whether this old prohibition applies to Trump.""
-24% "If the court coalesces around the idea that Colorado lacked the power to act and boot Trump from the state ballot, this could simply ..."
-24% "Let's imagine that Trump wins not just the Republican nomination but also the Electoral College vote.""
-26% "And why the specific wording of the Constitution matters for the case that will decide whether or not former President Donald Trump is eligible ..."
-50% "Trump's attorneys argued that the Colorado Supreme Court jumped the gun in removing Trump from the ballot because Congress could later vote that he ..."
-58% "In that case, it would be up to the political branches to determine whether Trump is, in fact, ineligible for the presidency.""
-64% "Related to this is the question of whether Colorado, in fact, acted prematurely in concluding that Trump is ineligible for office.""

We have listed the top 10 sentiments. More sentiments do exist. Please review the full article for more information.


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

42% : Over more than two hours of oral arguments, the justices coalesced around two primary reasons Trump should remain on the ballot, and they are both highly technical.
41% : The question is whether this old prohibition applies to Trump.
38% : If the court coalesces around the idea that Colorado lacked the power to act and boot Trump from the state ballot, this could simply push difficult questions to a different branch of government and delay a battle over those questions.
38% : Let's imagine that Trump wins not just the Republican nomination but also the Electoral College vote.
37% : And why the specific wording of the Constitution matters for the case that will decide whether or not former President Donald Trump is eligible for the presidency.
25% : Trump's attorneys argued that the Colorado Supreme Court jumped the gun in removing Trump from the ballot because Congress could later vote that he is, in fact, free to serve as president again.
21% : In that case, it would be up to the political branches to determine whether Trump is, in fact, ineligible for the presidency.
18% : "Related to this is the question of whether Colorado, in fact, acted prematurely in concluding that Trump is ineligible for office.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. Bias scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative, and 0% being neutral. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization.

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