As a former president of the United States, Donald Trump has taken his fight against the 2020 election results to the Supreme Court by challenging a lower court ruling that he does not have immunity from prosecution. The decision was made on February 6th by the D.C. Court of Appeals, which ruled that any immunity in force during his presidency does not provide protection from criminal prosecution in the future.
The American media is closely watching as nine Supreme Court judges, including three who were appointed by Trump during his time as president, will decide on the issue of immunity. This decision could potentially have far-reaching consequences for future presidents and their ability to defend themselves against legal charges.
Trump’s appeal to the Supreme Court is just one of many legal challenges he has faced since leaving office. He has also been investigated by multiple state and federal agencies for alleged wrongdoing related to his businesses and his role in the 2020 election. Despite these challenges, Trump remains steadfast in his belief that he was unfairly defeated in the election and continues to push for an investigation into widespread voter fraud claims.