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Trump faces another 14th Amendment candidacy challenge, this time in Minnesota

  • A liberal group has filed a lawsuit in Minnesota to block Donald Trump from the 2024 presidential ballot, invoking the 14th Amendment's insurrectionist ban. The lawsuit argues that Trump engaged in insurrection and is disqualified from holding office.
  • The lawsuit was filed by Free Speech For People on behalf of eight Minnesota voters, including a former GOP-appointed state Supreme Court justice and a former Democratic secretary of state. It seeks to block Trump's name from both the primary and general election ballots if he wins the nomination.
  • Legal scholars are divided on the viability of these 14th Amendment challenges. While experts have expressed concerns about depriving voters the chance to decide for themselves, the lawsuits have reignited the debate over whether Trump is an insurrectionist and his attempts to disrupt the lawful transfer of power.
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