The US Supreme Court has ruled 4-3 against Donald Trump, marking the first time Section 3 of the 14th Amendment has been used to disqualify a candidate.

Colorado Supreme Court ruling on Trump’s presidential primary ballots is criticized as flawed, with Trump campaign claiming it will appeal to the US Supreme Court due to the dominant lead in polls.

Colorado’s ruling on the 14th Amendment, which protects democracy, has been met with condemnation from Republican lawmakers and Trump’s primary rivals. The ruling, which would support Democrats’ argument that the US Capitol riot was an attempted insurrection, could also highlight the stark differences between the two candidates.

The Colorado Supreme Court has ruled that former President Donald Trump should not be disqualified from holding public office due to his involvement in the US Capitol riot. The ruling could potentially impact Trump’s White House bid in more competitive states.