Rick Pildes on how SCOTUS might approach Trump’s eligibility to serve as president

Rick is interviewed by Isaac Chotiner of the New Yorker:

. . . The case is almost certain to end up before the U.S. Supreme Court, which, unlike the Colorado Supreme Court, has a strong conservative majority. . . .

To understand how the Supreme Court might approach the case, I recently spoke by phone with Richard H. Pildes, a professor of constitutional law at New York University and an expert on election law. During our conversation. . . we also discussed what the dissents in the Colorado decision suggest about the case’s potential weaknesses and whether the results of the federal case against Trump for attempting to interfere with the transfer of power after the 2020 election will affect his ability to remain on the ballot.

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