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Behind the Amendment That Could Ban Trump From the Ballot | WSJ

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Donald Trump has asked the Supreme Court to decide whether the 14th Amendment bars him from being on the ballot. Colorado and Maine have ruled that the former president does not qualify to hold office because of his involvement in Jan. 6, but other states have ruled differently.

WSJ explains the history behind the law and how its lack of jurisprudence leaves a lot of questions.

0:00 The case
0:52 History of the 14th Amendment
3:20 Questions for the Supreme Court
5:01 What’s next?

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