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“Trump v. Colorado: The Supreme Court Showdown”

President Trump is on a mission to make sure his name appears on the Colorado 2020 ballot, and he does not intend to back down without a fight.

On Tuesday, President Trump asked the United States Supreme Court to block two federal district court decisions that stopped him from having his name listed on the ballot in November. The Colorado Secretary of State’s office had previously ordered ballot-printing vendors to leave the President’s name off the ballot due to a clerical error.

In court filings, Trump’s lawyers argued that the Colorado Secretary of State’s decision is “facially unconstitutional” and “will deprive the President of his fundamental constitutional right to appear on the Colorado ballot as a recognized major-party candidate.”

The controversy arose when several Coloradans, both Republicans and Democrats, were prevented from voting in the June Republican presidential primary due to a similar clerical error. Trump argued that it was unfair for the Secretary of State to punish him when he was not responsible for the error.

Trump’s lawyers asked the Supreme Court to intervene and order the Secretary of State to accept all properly filed nomination petitions from Trump and other candidates. The Supreme Court has not yet announced if they will take up the case.

The case could have major implications for Trump’s re-election campaign. Colorado is a crucial battleground state that could make or break the election in November. Therefore, Trump is determined to ensure that his name appears on the ballot in November.

Regardless of the outcome, it is clear that Trump is going to extraordinary lengths to ensure that his name appears on the Colorado 2020 ballot. Experts believe it will be a heated legal battle that could reach the highest court in the land.

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