Trump Declares Victory as Arizona Court Dismisses 14th Amendment Ballot Case

 December 6, 2023

In a recent ruling, a federal court in Arizona delivered a significant decision affecting the political landscape.

A lawsuit challenging former President Donald Trump's eligibility for the 2024 ballot under the 14th Amendment was dismissed by the court.

The lawsuit in question was centered on Trump's alleged involvement in the events of January 6th, suggesting this disqualified him from holding office again. This argument, rooted in the 14th Amendment, was not persuasive enough for the Arizona court. The decision marks another milestone in a series of similar legal outcomes across various states.

Accusations and Legal Battles

These lawsuits argue that Trump's alleged involvement in the Capitol attack renders him ineligible for office under the 14th Amendment.

However, so far, none have succeeded in their goal of keeping Trump off the ballot in multiple states.

Among the states where these attempts have failed include Arizona, Washington, Rhode Island, Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, and New Hampshire.

A Significant Win for the Trump Campaign

Steven Cheung expressed his views on the matter in a strong statement following the court's decision.

"Today, federal court in Arizona dismissed another bad faith, 14th Amendment challenge to President Trump's ballot status. President Trump remains undefeated in beating back these scurrilous lawsuits brought forth by a thirsty, Biden-allied troll in a desperate publicity campaign"

Trump has announced his intention to run for president again in 2024, and this victory in Arizona is seen as a significant step toward that goal.

Cheung Urges Swift Disposal of Remaining Cases

In addition to celebrating the victory, Cheung appealed for the rapid resolution of the remaining 14th Amendment cases.

"Each and every one of these 'Castro Cases' are not only a feeble attempt to interfere with the 2024 presidential election, but they are a huge waste of time for our nation’s judiciary. We urge the swift disposal of all remaining 14th Amendment cases putting this matter to rest faster than the recently deceased term 'Bidenomics.'"

The dismissal of the Arizona case is seen as part of a broader trend of legal triumphs for the Trump campaign.

Understanding the 14th Amendment's Role

The 14th Amendment, particularly its disqualification clause, has been a central element in these legal battles. It has been interpreted by the plaintiffs as grounds for barring Trump from future office. However, this interpretation has not found favor in the courts thus far.

The amendment, historically meant to prevent Civil War-era rebels from holding office, is now at the center of a modern political battle. The application of this amendment to Trump's situation is a topic of intense debate, both in legal circles and the public arena.

Despite the repeated failures of these lawsuits, their persistence indicates a deep-seated political divide. The use of the 14th Amendment in this context is uncharted territory, raising questions about its applicability to contemporary political figures.


The recent ruling in Arizona represents a pivotal moment in the ongoing legal saga surrounding former President Trump's eligibility for office. The dismissal of the 14th Amendment challenge is a notable victory for his campaign, affirming his position on the ballot amidst ongoing legal and political debates.

  • A federal court in Arizona dismissed a lawsuit that attempted to keep Trump off the state's ballot under the 14th Amendment.
  • Trump's campaign viewed this as a victory against "bad faith" lawsuits.
  • Multiple lawsuits have alleged Trump's ineligibility due to the January 6th Capitol attack, but none have succeeded thus far.
  • The failed attempts include cases in Arizona, Washington, Rhode Island, Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, and New Hampshire.
  • Trump has announced his intention to run for president again in 2024.

About Robert Cunningham

With years of experience at the forefront of political commentary, Robert Cunningham brings a blend of sharp wit and deep insight to his analysis of American principles at the Capitalism Institute.

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