Donald Trump, the former US president, has experienced a significant setback in the US Capitol violence case. The Colorado Supreme Court has declared Donald Trump ineligible to serve as president. Vivek Ramaswamy, the Republican Party’s nominee for president, has responded to Trump’s disqualification, though. Vivek Ramaswamy has promised not to run in Colorado’s GOP primary.
Ramaswamy took this step after Trump was disqualified
Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican running for president, has vowed to drop out of the Colorado GOP primary. In light of the recent ruling by the Colorado Supreme Court concerning former president Donald Trump, he has made this decision. The disqualification of former President Donald Trump from the election stems from his involvement in the Capitol violence in January 2021.
Colorado Supreme Court announced its decision
By a vote of 4–3, the Colorado Supreme Court rendered this ruling. In addition, the court has declared Donald Trump ineligible under Section 3 of the US Constitution, which is titled “Rebellion.” Anybody who engages in violence is prohibited from holding the highest office by this section.
Vivek Ramaswamy posted on X
( “At the same time, Ramaswami posted on social media platforms I urge Ron DeSantis, Chris Christie and Nikki Haley to do the same immediately or else they will be fully supporting this illegal maneuver that will have devastating consequences for our country.” )
The court’s decision is like a real attack on democracy
He wrote that this decision of the court looks like a real attack on democracy. In an un-American, unconstitutional, and unprecedented decision, a group of Democrat judges have barred Trump from voting in Colorado. He also said that every effort was made to stop former President Trump from participating in this election. A new strategy is being adopted to prevent him from holding office again in this election.