Former President Donald Trump's bid for a 2024 comeback faces a new hurdle, as he appeals a Maine court ruling disqualifying him from the state's Republican primary ballot. This follows a similar disqualification in Colorado, setting the stage for a potential Supreme Court showdown over his eligibility to hold office.
Trump's legal team launched a scathing attack against Maine's Democratic Secretary of State, Shenna Bellows, accusing her of being a "biased decisionmaker" and exceeding her authority by barring him from the ballot. They argue that her decision, based on his alleged role in inciting the January. . .