In a new legal development, former President Donald Trump faces a challenge to his ballot eligibility in the New York GOP presidential primary. State Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal, a Manhattan Democrat, has filed a petition with the State Supreme Court seeking to keep Trump off the ballot, citing concerns related to the Capitol attack and attempts to hinder the peaceful transition of power.
Former President Donald Trump is facing another ballot eligibility challenge, this time in New York. Sara Lee Kessler reports.
The legal battle over Trump's ballot eligibility has escalated in New York, where State Senator. . .