Biggest legal challenge to Donald Trump’s travel ban wraps up
collected by :Molly Tony
The appeals court has several options.
REUTERS/Noah BergerNEW YORK A U.S. appeals court is weighing arguments for and against President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban, but its decision this week may not yet answer the underlying legal questions being raised in the fast-moving case.
Robart stopped Trump’s order just a week after he issued it and before all the arguments had been developed on both sides.
Ultimately, the case is likely to end up in the U.S. Supreme Court, legal experts said.
Trump issued the order late on a Friday and caused chaos at airports as officials struggled to quickly change procedures.
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Those of us who voted Trump in do not WANT him to lean toward consensus… consensus is what has lead us to the dung heap of a nation we are today.
Sorry, but you’ve got this all wrong.
Trump is a bit of a child in some ways, but largely he is doing everything we who voted for him wanted.. and the more the left and the media tries to tell us how bad we are and tries to thwart us, the more they assure Trump a 2nd term!
Steve F: I think you are seriously misreading what happened in 2016 .. which happened not only here, but in the UK, and is happening in France and most likely Germany, Australia, and Canada next… people are tired of being governed by “mommy knows best” politicians… we want our nations back from foreign interlopers and liberal-do-gooders.
Attorneys in the United States have finished voicing their arguments in the biggest legal challenge to Donald Trump’s travel ban so far.
News articles around Mr Trump’s campaign statements have been presented as proof that banning all Muslims was the true intention of the travel ban.
The media’s been dragged back into the controversy around the travel ban.
He said it’s extraordinary for a court to override the president’s national security decision based on newspaper articles.
They’ve been debating whether the ban on all travel from seven Muslim-majority nations is unfair discrimination.