Why a 9-0 SCOTUS decision would be helpful whether you ‘like or loathe’ Trump

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Fmr. U.S. Attorney and Senior FBI Official Chuck Rosenberg analyzes the benefits of SCOTUS reaching a decisive opinion on the Trump Colorado ballot case – and how history may impact the outcome. “It can’t be lost on the court the value of unanimity. And it can’t be lost on the court that there’s a value in people, justices, regardless of who appointed them, joining in those majority opinions.”