Colorado and Maine also opposing Trump. And now?

Washington, DC Although former President Donald Trump has been ruled ineligible for the president by officials in Colorado and Maine, 

states still have a ways to go before they can truly prevent him from being on the ballot. 

The matter of Trump's qualifications will probably be decided by the US Supreme Court following weeks or even months of appeals that will likely loom over the legal system and the 2024 presidential campaign. 

The Maine secretary of state's office and the Colorado Supreme Court have postponed enforcing their decisions until the appeals process plays out. 

Trump's legal team intends to file an appeal with the US Supreme Court against the Colorado ruling. 

The 14th Amendment's anti-rebellion clause, included in Section 3 of the Constitution, prohibits Trump from being elected since he participated in insurrection on January 6, 2021,  

according to a ruling by the Colorado Supreme Court. 

The Colorado Republican Party has already filed an appeal with the US Supreme Court against the state high court's ruling.

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