Former President Donald Trump scored a legal victory today. The Supreme Court ruled 9 to 0 that the likely Republican nominee for President should be restored to the ballot in Colorado.
The decision also says individual states cannot bar candidates for federal office under the insurrection clause. So: a legal victory, and also a political victory.
As the clock ticks toward November 5th – Election day – it's increasingly looking like the many legal cases focused on former President Trump may tip his way, or remain unresolved.
What impact will this have on Trump's campaign for a second term in the White House?
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