“CNET” : Elon Musk tweets (then deletes) opposition to Trump’s travel ban
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The deleted tweets seem to add another layer of complexity.
On Wednesday, Teslaand SpaceX CEO Elon Musk seemed to have decided to offer definitive comment.
He replied to astrophotographer Sam Cornwell who asked why he’d deleted the tweets: “they were earlier drafts that I accidentally published.
In three tweets, spotted by Business Insider among others, Musk offered his updated views.
To which he added, using interesting words: “The Muslim immigration ban is not right.”
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First on CNN: Congressional Democrats to file brief on Trump’s travel ban
The effort is being led by California Rep. Zoe Lofgren in the House and Delaware Sen. Chris Coons in the Senate, according to details shared first with CNN.
The group is filing an amicus curiae — or a friend of the court brief — in the New York case Darweesh v. Trump.
In the Senate, the effort has a dozen signers, including most Democratic members of the Judiciary Committee and its top Democrat, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and No.
The group hopes to have more signatures by the time they file the briefing.
Story highlights The effort is being led by California Rep. Zoe Lofgren in the House and Delaware Sen. Chris Coons in the SenateIn the House, the effort already has more than 65 signaturesWashington (CNN) Democrats in the House and Senate are joining the court challenge to President Donald Trump’s travel and refugee ban, arguing it violates the Constitution.
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Donald Trump’s tweets are helping fight his travel ban
Candidate Trump advocated a Muslim ban, but the executive order is not a Muslim Ban.
“To be clear, this is not a Muslim ban, as the media is falsely reporting,” Trump wrote in a statement last month.
Of the Establishment Clause claims he said simply, that at least in one section of the Executive Order is “neutral with respect to religion.”
Bennett was asking district court Judge James Robart to temporarily postpone proceedings concerning the President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration while a federal appeals court was still considering the issue.
Trump’s executive order bars citizens of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from entering the US for 90 days, all refugees for 120 days and indefinitely halts refugees from Syria.