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Oregon Supreme Court allows Trump to appear on primary ballot

Oregon's top court on Friday allowed Donald Trump to run in the state's presidential primary, saying it wouldn't take up the issue of whether he's qualified to get on the state's ballot while the Supreme Court considers a challenge on the issue from Colorado.

New Hampshire looms as Haley’s last chance to stop Trump

Former president Donald Trump is aiming for a crushing victory in Iowa on Jan. 15. But it is the New Hampshire primary eight days later, where former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley has narrowed the gap with Trump, that is shaping up to be the most consequential early-state contest - and perhaps the only shot to stop or slow Trump’s march to the GOP presidential nomination.

Biden, in Valley Forge speech, to hit Trump hard as threat to democracy

President Biden is scheduled to arrive outside Philadelphia on Friday afternoon to deliver his first speech of this election year, attempting to cast the 2024 presidential campaign as a battle for the future of American democracy and portray former president Donald Trump as its chief antagonist.

Trump to stay on Michigan GOP ballot, state’s top court says

The Michigan Supreme Court left intact a ruling allowing Donald Trump to stay on the state’s Republican primary ballot next year despite his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, one week after Colorado’s high court ruled he’s ineligible to serve.