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Will the justices take up presidential immunity? Should Donald Trump be on the ballot? Supreme Court could decide in 2024

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With the Colorado decision disqualifying former President Donald Trump from running for high office because he allegedly engaged in insurrection likely headed to the Supreme Court, a potential conflict of interest is bubbling.

The Colorado Supreme Court ruling said that Trump incited an insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021, when a mob of his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol and that, therefore, the former president cannot be on the ballot in that state. 

Could Clarence Thomas — whose wife, Ginni, exchanged texts with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Jan. 6 encouraging him to stand firm with Trump as he claimed the election was stolen — preside over the case or should he recuse himself?

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