Michigan voters react to Trump staying on the state primary ballot: ‘He’s too dangerous’

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The Michigan Supreme Court opted not to hear the case that was attempting to keep Trump from running for president again under the U.S. Constitution’s “insurrection clause.”

The court stated in an order that the application by parties to appeal a Dec. 14 Michigan appeals court judgment was considered, but denied “because we are not persuaded that the questions presented should be reviewed by this court.”

Brewer represented those who wanted Trump off the ballot, stating his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021 riot should prevent him from being in the Michigan Republican primary. 

“Unless the U.S. Supreme Court rules otherwise, Donald Trump will be on the ballot for our Republican presidential primary on Feb. 27, 2024,” according to Benson.

Republican voters, such as Lance Patrick with the Oakland County Republicans, said they are happy that Trump will be on the ballot.

Trump is still deciding whether he will appeal the Colorado case to the U.S. Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court affirms the Colorado case, Trump would be off the ballot in all states, according to Benson.

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Michigan voters react to Trump staying on the state primary ballot: ‘He’s too dangerous’

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