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Trump To Write A 'New' Immigration Ban
17 February 2017, 12:43 | Sue Hudson
Trump To Write A 'New' Immigration Ban
The US Court of Appeals decision to deny the lifting of the suspension order against President Donald Trump's Executive Order will not stop the latter from issuing other orders that will ban immigrants from the United States.
President Donald Trump said in a news conference Thursday his administration will release a new executive order on immigration next week to - in his words - "comprehensively protect our country".
Judge panel also said that, Trump's administration neither provided any proof nor proved it that the US terror attacks were the responsibility of a foreigner from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen countries.
"We had a very smooth roll out of the travel ban, but we had a bad court. got a bad decision", Trump told reporters.
On Sunday, The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit preserved a lower judge's order to temporarily halt the ban.
It has been met with worldwide criticism and anger with protests being held in America and across the globe.
A man holds a sign during a protest held in response to President Trump's travel ban in Seattle, Washington on January 29. Former Acting Attorney General Yates had the clear authority to determine which presidential orders the DOJ will defend in court.
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Judges from NY to Seattle have granted limited relief for citizens of the seven Muslim-majority countries who have already arrived in the USA (or are in the air) with a valid visa or green card, blocking their deportation from the country (for now).
Once the new order is issued, Justice Department lawyers urged on Thursday, the court should vacate the three-judge panel's decision agains the administration. "Just can not believe a judge would put our country in such peril", He added in another tweet "If something happens blame him and court system". "The national security interests (likely asserted here) may make it particularly hard to win in court even though the order seems so egregiously constitutional". What's noteworthy is that Russian Federation and it's President Vladimir Putin have been accused of rigging November's USA election by conniving with Trump's team.
A new executive order would not necessarily end the litigation over Trump's travel ban - particularly if it were not a dramatic departure from the original directive. "But we can not let the wrong people in, and I will not allow that to happen during this administration", President Trump said. To let calmer heads prevail and conduct the security analysis that was going to be conducted during these proposed 90 days given that according to the president, this is not an outright travel ban forever.
Legislators on both sides who opposed the ban praised the ruling and urged for Trump to back down.
Trump originally indicated that the Justice Department would appeal the decision to the Supreme Court. The order also prevented refugees from entering the country for 120 days. He also said that it was "profoundly wrong" because "it essentially consists of substituting the judgment of three judges for the President of the United States, when the Constitution unambiguously gives this area of jurisdiction -- foreign policy -- exclusively to the president". And the Trump administration will soon learn: Black robes matter.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson - later joined by the state of Minnesota - filed the suit against Trump's travel ban on February 3.
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