Campaign turmoil, legal issues continue for Trump

Former President Trump is appealing an Illinois judge's ruling, keeping him off of the republican primary ballot. Illinois is the third state to make the move. Dozens of lawsuits have been filed to remove his name, arguing he is ineligible due to a clause in the 14th amendment prohibiting those who 'engaged in insurrection' from holding office. The Illinois ruling is delayed from taking effect until the Supreme Court makes a decision in a similar case in Colorado. The Supreme Court will also hear arguments in Trump's immunity case. KTVU's Alex Savidge speaks with Loyola Marymount Professor of Law Laurie Levenson about the nuances of the situation and what's at stake.

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