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US court said Trump travel ban unlawfully discriminates against Muslims

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Circuit Court of Appeals, on a 9-4 vote, became the second federal Claims court to rule against the ban, finding that the Republican president’s own words demonstrated that bias against Muslims was the basis of the policy.
The fourth Circuit ruling went more than the earlier decision with the San Francisco-based ninth U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals, that found the ban violated federal immigration law however did not address the question of whether it too violated the Constitution.
As a candidate, Trump promised “a total & full shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
“President Trump’s third illegal attempt to denigrate & discriminate against Muslims out of an immigration ban has failed in court yet again.

Trump’s travel ban is unconstitutional religious discrimination, America court rules

Trump travel ban Trump’s travel ban is unconstitutional religious discrimination, America court rules Federal Claims court calls ban ‘unconstitutionally tainted by animus toward Islam’ as case makes its method to supreme court Muslims in latest York City pray following a protest to the mark the premier anniversary of the Trump administration’s travel ban by executive order.
Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesDonald Trump’s latest travel ban on travelers from 6 predominantly Muslim countries is unconstitutional because it discriminates against people based on their religion, a federal Claims court ruled Thursday.
The America supreme court has indeed agreed to hear the travel ban case in April.
The ruling was the second time the fourth circuit has rejected a travel ban.
In May, the court cited Trump’s remarks on Muslim travelers When rejecting an earlier version of the ban, finding it “drips by religious intolerance, animus & discrimination”.

Trump's travel ban is unconstitutional religious discrimination, US court rules

referring to Travel ban 3.0 remains a poorly masked reflection of the president’s disdain for Muslims, the court found with a 9-4 vote.
The rebuke to Mr Trump follows a ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Claims final month.
Or consider November 29th, 2017, while Mr Trump “retweeted 3 disturbing anti-Muslim videos” posted with a group which calls Islam “alien & destructive”.
Mr Trump did no such thing.
Travel ban 3.0, for now, is still (with few exceptions) saving people from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela & Yemen from traveling to America.

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