Trump Administration Defends Travel Ban Order At Appeals Court
Wochit Headline News - Thursday, 16 February 2017 (2 weeks ago)
Politico reports that The Trump administration is biding time at a federal appeals court, asking judges to withhold further rulings on President Donald Trump's travel ban executive order because a new directive from the president is on its way. A new legal brief from the Justice Department was filed Thursday at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals just as Trump indicated to reporters at the White House that he plans a new executive order soon that will address some of the legal concerns that led to his original order being largely blocked by the courts.
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