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    TRUMP FIGHTS BACK: Team Responds to Illinois Ballot Drama – The Gloves Are Off!

    Citing the 14th Amendment’s insurrection clause, an Illinois judge removed former President Donald Trump from the state’s ballot on Wednesday.

    Cook County Circuit Judge Tracie Porter immediately postponed the decision, pending an appeal, while the Supreme Court considers a related Colorado case that aims to disqualify the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination due to the candidate’s alleged involvement in the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021.

    Trump’s campaign spokesperson, Steven Cheung, said in a statement that they will “quickly appeal.”

    “Today, an activist Democrat judge in Illinois summarily overruled the state’s board of elections and contradicted earlier decisions from dozens of other state and federal jurisdictions,” Cheung said, calling it an “unconstitutional ruling.”


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