Trump barred from Colorado ballot for role in attack on US Capitol

Former President Donald Trump cannot appear on the ballot in Colorado in next year's presidential election because of his role in his supporters' Jan. 6,

2021, attack on the United States Capitol, the state's highest court ruled Tuesday in a historic decision that is likely to be appealed to the United States Supreme Court.

Former President Donald Trump cannot appear on the ballot in Colorado in next year's presidential election because of his role in his supporters' Jan. 

6, 2021, attack on the United States Capitol, the state's highest court ruled Tuesday in a historic decision that is likely to be appealed to the United States Supreme Court.

The Colorado Supreme Court's 4-3 decision makes Trump the first presidential candidate in US history to be ruled ineligible for the White

House under a rarely utilized section of the US Constitution that prohibits politicians who have engaged in "insurrection or rebellion" from holding office.

The court determined that the frontrunner for the Republican nomination in 2024 is barred from participating on the ballot because of his role in inciting violence against the United States government.

The court determined that the frontrunner for the Republican nomination in 2024 is barred from participating on the ballot because of his role in inciting violence against the United States government.

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