Supreme Court Rules Trump Stays on Colorado Ballot

 The justices decided that states may not exclude the former president from the vote under the terms of the 14th Amendment.  

 The verdict was reached unanimously notwithstanding the justices' differing justifications. 

 Donald Trump, the former president, on Monday at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.   

 He was allowed to stay on Colorado's primary ballot, according to a Supreme Court decision.  

 The former president Donald J. Trump faced a challenge to his eligibility from Colorado,,,

 which threatened to upset the presidential campaign by removing him from ballots across the country.   

 However, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that states cannot forbid him from competing for another term. 

 The majority of the justices agreed on the ruling, despite their differing justifications.  

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