UPDATED: Trump first GOP candidate to file for ’24 primary; it’s already invited a lawsuit


(Updated to reflect pro se lawsuit filed against Kansas)

Former President Donald Trump became the first Republican on Wednesday to file for the GOP primary in Kansas next year as he faces four criminal cases, including two accusing him of trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

A representative of the Trump campaign filed paperwork Wednesday with the secretary of state to get on the ballot for the state-run primary set for next March 19. The campaign could not be reached for comment Wednesday . . .


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