Title: Appeals Court Rules Against Trump’s Immunity in Election Interference Case

Introduction:
In a recent ruling, an appeals court has declared that former President Trump is not immune from charges related to his alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. This decision has significant implications for the ongoing legal battles surrounding the election and the actions of the former president. Here is the latest update on the case from Jan Crawford.

Background:
Since the 2020 election, there have been numerous allegations of election interference and fraud made by former President Trump and his supporters. These claims have been repeatedly dismissed by courts due to lack of evidence. However, a recent case in Georgia has brought the issue to the forefront once again.

The Ruling:
On Tuesday, a federal appeals court ruled that former President Trump does not have immunity from charges related to his alleged attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. This decision overturns a lower court’s ruling that Trump was immune from civil lawsuits while in office.

Implications:
This ruling has significant implications for the ongoing legal battles surrounding the 2020 election. It opens the door for potential lawsuits against Trump for his actions and statements regarding the election. It also sets a precedent for future cases involving a sitting president’s immunity from civil lawsuits.

Reaction:
The reaction to this ruling has been mixed. Trump’s legal team has expressed disappointment and plans to appeal the decision. On  

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