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Trump's electability: Will Clarence Thomas recuse himself?

Trump's electability: Will Clarence Thomas recuse himself?

The answer to the question covering this post is not in doubt for Dick Durbin, the Democratic senator from Illinois and chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee: Clarence Thomas should recuse himself from this case. Trump v. Anderson, which the US Supreme Court will hear on Thursday. The justices of the highest US court will then begin considering the Colorado Supreme Court's decision to deny Donald Trump the state's Republican primary election under Article 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the US Constitution.

“I am asking Justice Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from the Fourteenth Amendment case that will determine whether Donald Trump is ineligible to run for president in 2024. Given the questions surrounding his wife’s involvement, Justice Thomas should recuse himself so that there is no doubt.” of bias, books Senator Ali

James Sample, a law professor at Al-Hasfra University who specializes in ethics issues, is among the lawyers who agree. “This is the easiest case imaginable to analyze for recusal,” he said. Letters of News. »

Eight Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee wrote to Thomas last month urging him to step down. Can we believe that these pressures will influence his decision?

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