Democrats have attacked Donald Trump on every front to destroy his presidency.
The plot to sabotage his campaign spread to the courts.
And Donald Trump faced this one court case that could throw him off the 2020 ballot.
California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed a bill into law that stated that to appear on the California Presidential primary ballot a candidate must release their tax returns.
This law was aimed squarely at Donald Trump.
But the California State Supreme Court stepped in and ruled the law was unconstitutional.
ABC 7 in California reported:
The California Supreme Court has rejected a state law that would have required President Donald Trump to disclose his tax returns to appear on the state’s primary ballot.
Justices said Thursday the law requiring candidates for president and governor to disclose financial information was unconstitutional.
A federal judge had temporarily blocked the state law in response to a different lawsuit and the high court ruled quickly because the deadline for submitting tax returns to get on the primary ballot is next week.
The state Republican Party and Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson challenged the bill signed into law by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom because it was aimed at Trump.
California state election law sets up their primary system to send the top two finishers regardless of party to the general election.
Democrats hoped that by keeping Trump off the ballot it will depress Republican turnout and the Democrats can shut Republicans out of Congressional races as part of plan to keep their majority in the House.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.