Does the Constitution block Trump from running for president in 2024?
Can former president Donald Trump legally become president again? According to experts on both sides of the aisle, the answer isn’t exactly clear-cut.
From Colorado to Connecticut, there are efforts right now to bar Trump from the ballot in 2024. The legal argument against his candidacy comes down to one little-known provision in the 14 Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. This hour, we'll break down the constitutional case against Trump.
Plus, we’ll check in on voting equipment in Connecticut and look at efforts to give incarcerated people the right to vote.
- Bruce Ackerman: Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale Law School and Yale University and the author of the book Revolutionary Constitutions
- Ariel White: Associate Professor of Political Science, MIT
- Andrew Brown: Investigative Reporter, Connecticut Mirror