Donald Trump's campaign is saved by a judge.

On Tuesday, a Michigan judge denied a request to keep Donald Trump off the Michigan 2024 presidential primary ballot, a significant victory for the upcoming election's frontrunner.

Trump is facing an increasing number of legal battles, with many states attempting to remove him from the presidential ballot in the 2024 elections

a move that, if successful, could seriously impede his efforts. A number of lawsuits have already been filed in several states, including Michigan, Colorado, and Arizona, citing the 14th Amendment and arguing 

Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election results were an attempted insurgency, and thus barred him from holding elected office again. Trump has flatly denied the validity of the claim.

On Tuesday, Michigan Judge James Redford denied a request to keep Trump off the Michigan presidential primary ballot in 2024, stating that the request is a "political question" rather than one for the courts to decide.

In response to the ruling, Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung stated on X, formerly Twitter, that "each and every one of these ridiculous cases 

have lost because they are all un-Constitutional left-wing fantasies orchestrated by monied allies of the Biden campaign seeking to turn the election over to the courts

deny the American people the right to choose their next president."

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