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California Official Pushes to Remove Trump From Ballot, But Makes Humiliating Mistake in the Process

The lieutenant governor of California committed a significant error when she advocated for the exploration of alternatives to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s primary ballot in her letter.

To be eligible to vote in the presidential election, United States citizens must be at least 35 years old, not 40 years old, as stated incorrectly by lieutenant governor Eleni Kounalakis.

The required age has been updated in the most recent version of the letter available on the lieutenant governor’s website, where the error was promptly identified.

With the exception of the correction, the revised letter remains static. Kounalakis urged California State Secretary Shirley Weber to pursue all feasible measures to remove Trump from the California ballot, as Colorado had done.

On Tuesday, the Colorado Supreme Court rendered a decision declaring Trump ineligible to run for president on the grounds that he participated in an uprising.

A tripartite review by the U.S. Supreme Court is now anticipated by all sides to settle the matter once and for all.

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