At least for now. According to a ruling in Michigan, a judge has found that Donald Trump is expected to remain on the ballot because he followed the law to do so in the first place.
According to reports, the growing movement to kick Donald Trump off of state primary ballots is being met with resistance. In Michigan, Judge James Redford ruled that such a decision actually goes through Congress.
“The judicial action of removing a candidate from the presidential ballot and prohibiting them from running essentially strips Congress of its ability to ‘by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such a disability,’” Redford wrote.