How does Trump intend to deal with the ballot dispute in Maine?

Despite the justices' desire to stay out of this political and legal maze, the unusual constitutional question surrounding , 

two states' decision that Donald Trump is unable to serve as president again appears destined for the U.S. Supreme Court.  

The campaign of the former president intends to appeal the Maine Supreme Court's ruling on Thursday right away,  

just as they did the Colorado Supreme Court's ruling last week. Due to his involvement in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6,   

both believed that Trump was ineligible to serve as president under the terms of the 14th Amendment.  

Due to the fact that both states postponed implementing their decisions to give higher courts more time to weigh in,  

Trump will still be on the ballot in both states for the GOP presidential primary in 2019.  

The Democratic secretary of state for Maine, Shenna Bellows, 

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