Poker Heat: The Power of Pokes article By Chris Lutz – 10:28am ET March 30, 2020The election of Donald Trump as president has brought an unprecedented level of chaos to the U.S. political system.
With no formal rule of law in place, millions of Americans are left to wonder whether the election of Trump will be overturned by the courts.
What can we expect from the Supreme Court as it considers the question of whether Trump’s inauguration violated the Constitution?
Will the court rule against Trump on the grounds that the Constitution does not provide him with the authority to take office?
Will it uphold Trump and reinstate him?
Will Trump’s supporters try to overturn the election result?
These are questions that have not yet been answered.
In other words, the next president will be elected by a political party and the American people have already chosen their president.
We don’t know how many voters have already made their final decisions, and whether the court will decide to take the case on appeal.
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The Supreme Court’s election coverage in the U!s political system has become a full-time job for the court’s five justices.
At the same time, the court has been left with a large, complicated and potentially expensive mandate for how it will interpret the law in the future.
With the election results in hand, the justices will likely have to decide whether to overturn Trump’s victory on the basis that the election is illegal or if they will take the question to the Supreme Courts’ new standard for constitutional interpretation: whether Trump was legitimately elected by the people or not.
If the court upholds Trump, the result could be the end of our democracy.
We have no way of knowing how much the court is willing to spend in order to avoid a constitutional crisis.
On the other hand, if the court does rule in Trump’s favor, then the outcome of the election would be determined by an entirely different set of laws.
The constitutional questions posed by the election will not be resolved until after the Supreme