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Asa Hutchinson responds to the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of the Trump ballot case



Little Rock, Arkansas – Asa Hutchinson, the former governor of Arkansas, responded to the most recent information on Donald Trump without delay.

The Supreme Court officially entered the 2024 presidential contest on Friday when it declared that it would consider whether former President Trump might be prevented from running due to his attempts to overturn his defeat in the 2020 election.

One of the numerous Republicans running for the GOP nomination in 2024, Hutchinson, expressed his opinions on X, formerly known as Twitter, saying that while the news is positive now, it may raise issues in the future.

“The Court’s acceptance of this case is good news,” Hutchinson said. “The result will define the guardrails for the election. I expect the Court to keep Trump on the ballot for now but it will leave the door open for future challenges. This cloud should concern the GOP.”

Justices recognized that a swift ruling was necessary because presidential primary votes across the country will soon be cast, according to an Associated Press report. The Colorado lawsuit, which concerns Trump’s involvement in the events leading up to the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol, was accepted by the court.

There are going to be arguments in early February.

Hutchinson declared earlier this week that if Donald Trump were found guilty, he would not be pardoned because it “undermines the principle of equal justice.”

Hutchinson is much behind Trump, who is leading in every poll going into the Iowa vote on January 15.

At least four criminal cases totaling ninety-one criminal counts are presently pending against Trump. Two federal indictments about secret data and efforts to rig the 2020 presidential election are among the accusations. Even with just 46.8% of the vote, Trump lost that election.


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