Trump heralds ‘GIGANTIC’ Colorado court win on 14th Amendment case

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump drew a tremendous crowd of inspired patriots to Fort Dodge, Iowa, on Saturday afternoon, where he was greeted by thunderous chants of “USA!”

The important Iowa caucuses are just weeks away, and Trump’s return to the Hawkeye State comes amid the countdown to the Republican primary election season.

He declared, “On Monday, January 15th, we are going to WIN the Iowa Caucuses, we are going to crush Crooked Joe Biden next November, and we are going to very simply MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

He kicked off his remarks by touting his massive victory in Colorado, where a judge ruled that President Trump could remain on the state’s 2024 ballot, amid a lawsuit that was brought by a far-left organization.

According to Reuters, this is one of several courtroom victories for Trump on the issue of the Fourteenth Amendment, in which opponents of the president have argued that his alleged involvement in the “insurrection” of Jan. 6, 2021, disqualifies him from being on the ballot.

Trump explained, “Today, the Radical Left Democrats and their allies in the Fake News Media right back there – all those people with the cameras – are having a panicked meltdown, because last night, our campaign won a gigantic court victory in Colorado. We had a very radical left judge…and in the end, she saw the light…”

He called the case an attempt to disenfranchise “millions of voters by getting us thrown off the ballot.”

He slammed the organization who brought the suit, “CREW,” lambasting them as a “bunch of losers.”

Trump added that his opponents were “trying every illegal move they can to try and steal this election.”

President Trump has had several victories on the Fourteenth Amendment argument in states like Michigan, Minnesota, Florida, and New Hampshire.

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