Third state removes Trump from the ballot.  

An Illinois judge determined that Donald Trump should be removed from the state's Republican primary ballot in 2024,

citing Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which prohibits anyone who have engaged in rebellion from holding public office.

This overruled the state board of elections' prior decision to keep Trump on the ballot.

The ruling determined that Trump's actions during the January 6th Capitol riot violated the Constitution's disqualification clause.However, the order has been delayed pending a prospective appeal.

Trump's team claimed it was an unconstitutional verdict that they will challenge.

Trump's campaign spokesperson said in a statement that it was "an unconstitutional ruling that we will quickly appeal."

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court is considering the scope of Section 3 in relation to a former president's immunity from prosecution for alleged electoral involvement.

According to the 14th Amendment, Article III, Section 3, "No person shall… hold any office… under the United States… who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States.

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