Morrisey watching U.S. Supreme Court Trump decision

State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has joined the state of Indiana and others to challenge the Colorado Supreme Court ruling to remove former President Donald Trump from the May primary ballot.

The successful legal battle against 2024 Republican candidate for president from Texas John Castro’s effort to remove Trump from West Virginia resulted in the state joining the suit with Indiana, Morrisey said on WAJR’s “Talk of the Town.”

“We spent a lot of time on the West Virginia-specific challenge, and by doing so, we developed expertise that was very beneficial to adding that perspective to this case,” Morrisey said.

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