Donald Trump Gets Big Win In New Hampshire

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New Hampshire Secretary of State David Scanlan flirted with the idea of removing Donald Trump from the ballot in New Hampshire.

On Monday, Scanlan said he is not seeking to remove any names from the ballot.

Breitbart reported:

New Hampshire Secretary of State David Scanlan told NBC News on Monday he is “not seeking to remove any names” from the Republican primary ballot after Turning Point USA Founder Charlie Kirk urged his supporters to call Scanlan’s office following reports Scanlan was weighing using the Fourteenth Amendment to keep former President Donald Trump off the ballot.

On Friday, Scanlan met with New Hampshire attorney Bryant “Corky” Messner to discuss Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, which says public officials are not eligible to hold office if they “engaged in insurrection or rebellion against” the United States.

Scanlan openly flirted with the idea of keeping Trump off the ballot, telling the Boston Globe he would confer with New Hampshire’s attorney general on the issue.

“Not being a lawyer and not wanting to make a decision in a vacuum, I will be soliciting some legal opinions on what is appropriate or not before I make any decision,” Scanlan told the Globe. “I have some in-house staff attorneys that are election experts. I will be asking the attorney general’s office for their input. And ultimately whatever is decided is probably going to require some judicial input.”

Charlie Kirk spoke to the New Hampshire GOP chairman Chris Agers about it.

NBC News reported:

New Hampshire GOP Chairman Chris Ager said in a statement Monday in response to concerns over Trump’s ballot access in New Hampshire: “Efforts to deny New Hampshire Republican primary voters a full slate of options are antithetical to our ‘live free or die’ spirit. The New Hampshire State Republican Party will fight all efforts to eliminate candidates from our primary ballot. I have confidence in our secretary of state and attorney general to make the right decisions. Let voters decide the nominee, not a weaponized federal justice system using tortured logic.”

Ager also appeared on Kirk’s show Monday.

“I’ve talked to the secretary of state,” he said. “I’ve talked to the attorney general. I am very confident that all of the 14 current candidates who apply will be on our ballot.”