Under 14th Amendment Trump doesn't need an insurrection conviction to be disqualified expert says

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Donald Trump is ineligible to become president again, leading conservative scholars argue. "The Fourteenth Amendment, Section 3 says that anybody who takes an oath to uphold the Constitution and thereafter engages in or gives aid and comfort to an insurrection cannot hold any office under the United States, period,” Harvard University Carl M. Loeb University Professor of Constitutional Law Emeritus Laurence Tribe tells Joy Reid.