The move was expected, but in the most unexpected of American politicians, nothing can be taken for granted. After being disqualified from the Maine and Colorado party primaries for his role in the January 6, 2021 attack on Capitol Hill, Donald Trump has appealed. The Republican nominee, who spurned debates with his colleagues running for the White House thanks to polls showing the Grand Old Party's clear preference, is appealing Secretary of State Shenanna Bellows' decision in a Maine court. , who called Section 3 The 14th Amendment removes, after taking the oath of office, officers of public office who engage in “rebellion or sedition” against the U.S. Constitution. Ten days earlier, the Colorado Supreme Court followed the same path, excluding the former president in the state's Republican primary. To overturn it, entrepreneurs have to go to the Supreme Court of the Central Government. However, the Michigan Supreme Court's ruling, which rejected an attempt to block Trump's candidacy, was of the opposite nature. The race to challenge outgoing Democratic President Joe Biden officially opens in Iowa on January 15. Trump is flying in the polls and has already announced that he will not attend the Jan. 10 debate between the Republican candidates. It takes a miracle to beat the predictions, frustrating the ambitions of Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley. However, without the possibility of comparison, a definitive attempt seems impossible. The former president will instead hold a live meeting, which will be broadcast on Fox.