The ongoing legal attempts to disqualify Donald Trump from the 2020 presidential race reveal both the strengths and weaknesses of the law. On the one hand, the legal system has allowed numerous activists and organizations to pressure the government to address Trump’s wrongdoing and potentially remove him from office. On the other hand, the law’s complexity and bias have made it difficult to reach a definitive conclusion about Trump’s eligibility. On the strength side, the law provides a platform to challenge even the highest office in the land. Americans from all walks of life and political persuasions have tried legal maneuvers to get Trump out of office, including filing lawsuits and appeals to the Supreme Court. In addition, it compels judges to make hard decisions and hold accountable even the most powerful of individuals. Furthermore, it allows a unified voice to be heard from the people and make their grievances with the government known. On the weaknesses side, however, the law is hampered by its own complexity. From different state-based lawsuits to appeals to challenges over eligibility, the legal system has been bogged down trying to sort out if a president is incredibility and qualified to serve. The system is further hampered by bias. Despite the evidence presented against Trump, many believe that, without an impeachment or removal by Congress, the law cannot hold Trump accountable. In the end, the strengths and weaknesses of legal attempts to disqualify Trump reveal that the system is, at best, a mixed bag. On one hand, it allows citizens to demand accountability and voice their grievances. However, on the other hand, entrenched bias and complicated procedures make it difficult for a clear, unified opinion to be reached. As the legal saga of Trump plays out, it will remain to be seen if the law can fulfill its original promise of justice for all.