According to the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution, Trump is unfit to be president. This stipulates that no one may hold public office if he or she has taken part in an “insurrection or insurrection” against the Constitution after taking an oath to defend it.
Bellows stated that the events of January 6, 2021 took place "at the behest and with the knowledge and support" of the outgoing president.
A week and a half ago, the Supreme Court in Colorado ruled in a sensational decision that the Republican was not allowed to take part in his party's presidential primaries in the state because of his role in the storming of the Capitol.
Trump is the overwhelming favorite in the race for the Republican presidential nomination and is leading polls by a large margin. The Republican primary begins on January 15th in the state of Iowa. The primary election winner will face incumbent Joe Biden of the Democratic Party in the presidential election on November 5, 2024.
Biden defeated Trump in the 2020 presidential election. However, Trump refused to acknowledge his defeat and made allegations of massive election fraud, which were often refuted.
The right-wing populist's crusade against his election defeat resulted in the attack by radical Trump supporters on the Congress, where Biden's election victory was to be finally confirmed on January 6, 2021. Shortly before the attack, Trump had called on his supporters to march to the Capitol and fight “no matter what.”