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Trump's participation in Truth Social, which called for civil war in the United States, could disqualify him from 2024

Trump's participation in Truth Social

which called for :

civil war in the United States, could disqualify him from 2024

The former president of the United States is again scaring Americans by calling for a civil war in the United States, and it is highly likely that this will exclude him from running for president of the Republican Party in the 2024 election.

Trump's tweet was posted on Truth Social, a social media network he formed after being denied access to key sites after the January 6 attacks on Capitol Hill.

The war statement came in response to a screenshot of

a tweet in March by El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele

posted by Lara Logan

a former CBS News reporter turned conspiracy theorist.

Bukele asserted that :

  • the most powerful country in the world is falling very fast
  • making you rethink the real reasons.
  • Nothing big and powerful can be destroyed so quickly

unless the enemy comes from within.

Truth Social MAGA user King Thanos responded to the tweet with "Civil War," and got "ReTruth" from Trump, which is the equivalent of retweeting the site.

Trump's reinstatement reinforces an already convincing argument that he should be barred from running for president in 2024 under section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment.

It specifies that individuals who "engaged in rebellion

or rebellion after swearing in Congress must be excluded from running for office.

More than 150 years passed without any regard.

However :

  1. today often mentions those calling for
  2. the ouster of lawmakers associated with the events of
  3. 6 January at the U.S. Capitol.

Many uncertainties remain unresolved about the provision before it is used, such as whether the oath of office follows presidents after they leave office.

It may also mean that such considerations are irrelevant since there is no evidence that Congress will initiate proceedings related to Trump's activities.

Looking back :

if this is done correctly, it will be implemented on January 7, 2020.

He was officially in office

and that moment could have been in his actions to stop him from running again.

After that :

Trump's actions would have categorically banned him

but the amendment was legally vague after he left office on January 20, 2020.

It might actually be unnecessary to examine whether Trump's tweet about the "Civil War" should exclude him from office, because he should already be excluded based on his conduct on January 6.

Previously :

  • The Fourteenth Amendment was mentioned in

  • the parties' judicial appeals seeking to exclude those responsible for
  • the 6 January assault. This includes Marjorie Taylor Greene of

Georgia and Madison Cawthorne of North Carolina.

However :

a Georgia court rejected a move to prevent Green from running for a new office

finding "insufficient" evidence that it had called for an uprising.

Cawthorne was defeated by state Senator Chuck Edwards in the Republican primary, so efforts to prevent him from running again proved unsuccessful. He killed his career.

Trump became the first president in history to be sued twice for inciting supporters to storm the Capitol on January 6 to block the certification of Joe Biden's electoral votes.

The Senate later acquitted Trump of inciting violence

paving the way for him to run for president again in 2024.

George Conway, a lawyer and permanent Trump critic who is married to former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, won his response on Twitter online.

There's nothing to see here.

Just a former president of the United States posting a social media post calling

or predicting a civil war in the United States. no major problem ".

However :

several responses were decisive to Democrats and the threat.

Jim Acosta said :


I spoke with @ gtconway3d about Trump's social media post this weekend about the" Civil War. Conway says Democrats don't take the threat of American democracy seriously enough.

Lindy Lee wrote :

"4 days ago, all but one Republican voted against the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act. This weekend Orban called for conservative control by our "troops."

Trump today called for civil war.

The coup d 'état continues.

rebellion never ended the time for everyone to wake up .

Rob Reiner wrote :

  • Midterms will not be fought over achievements or policies.
  • The autocracy got its way into our democracy.
  • Unless we fight that with enormous turnout
  • we won't survive. Despite Trump's threat of civil war

the first step to remain is to indict him. 

The United Citizens wrote :

I think Trump understands that his days are numbered.

In desperation, he called for civil war.

He won't save him. Millions of Americans will protect their families from racist ignorance running with guns. Hate will not prevail in America. They are all cowards ".