Trump gets a Christmas present from Republicans when Colorado rules against them.

In the Republican Party of today, there are lawmakers who are huge fans of Donald Trump, 

lawmakers who are ready to move on from the past president, and lawmakers who are ready to say or do anything about Trump as long as they keep their jobs.lawmakers who are ready to move on from the past president, and lawmakers who are ready to say or do anything about Trump as long as they keep their jobs.

Regardless of which group they are a part of, Republican lawmakers are working together to give the former president a huge gift this Christmas.

That's because Republicans are doing everything they can to get in the way of Trump's campaign after the Colorado Supreme Court's decision to keep him off the state's 2024 primary ballot. They want to show their voters that this decision was wrong.

Since Colorado's highest court said Trump couldn't run for office because he violated the 14th Amendment, which says that people who have "engaged in insurrection"

can't hold office, many Republicans in Congress have criticized the decision and asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn it.

But a lot of Republicans have gone one step further in their support of Trump.

Senate Republican Thom Tillis (R-NC), a distant supporter of the previous president and a widely distrusted figure in MAGAworld, sought legislation to prevent the Colorado Supreme Court from issuing its opinion last week within hours. Tillis' proposal would limit ballot question decisions to the conservative-dominated Supreme Court, which has a 6-3 majority.

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