In a bid to challenge the results of the 2020 election, former US President Donald Trump has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court against a lower court ruling that he does not have immunity from prosecution. The decision was made on February 6 by the D.C. Court of Appeals, which ruled that “any immunity (…) in force during the presidency does not provide protection from criminal prosecution in the future.”
The American media has taken notice of this important case, which will now be decided by nine Supreme Court judges, three of whom were appointed by Trump during his time as president. This decision will have significant implications for both Trump and his legal team, who have been fighting to overturn the election results ever since.
As the case progresses, it remains to be seen what impact it will have on Trump’s political career and his personal reputation. However, one thing is clear: this decision marks a pivotal moment in American history and could set a precedent for future presidents and their legal battles.