Trump Announces New Travel Ban Executive Order Is Coming Next Week

Donald Trump is considering other alternatives including changes to his executive order

The January 27th order places a 90-day ban on travelers from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen, halts all refugees from entering the USA for 120 days, and places an indefinite ban on accepting refugees from Syria.

Trump did not clarify details of what would be in the new order, saying only that it would be "tailored" to the previous rulings issued by "bad" courts-most of which concluded that challenges to its constitutionality would likely prevail.

On Thursday evening in a 29-page opinion, three judges from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit effectively rejected the government's argument that the suspension be lifted immediately for national security purposes and maintained the freeze on 45's travel ban in a 3-0 decision.

It has been met with worldwide criticism and anger with protests being held in America and across the globe. He described the ruling that led to the stay as "incorrect and unsafe", and the appeals court's decision to uphold it as a "bad decision".

45's Executive Order is one, "To protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States", and effectively calls for a travel block on Muslims entering the United States from several Muslim majority countries.

Whether the order will hold up in court is an open question.

First, considering that the legal framework on which the order rests has never been considered either unreasonable or unconstitutional, it seems more than a little ludicrous to assign the execution of those laws either of those titles.

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Trump has said his directive was necessary to protect the United States from attacks by Islamist militants.

Trump's executive order to ban immigrants and refugees from other countries for a period of time is better for US citizens because it will help control the number of terrorist attacks. "But we can not let the wrong people in, and I will not allow that to happen during this administration", President Trump said. They demonstrate that both sides recognize the critical role of the courts in the Trump administration's ability to carry out its agenda.

"Let me tell you about the travel ban".

Justice Department lawyers, though, seemed to think it would have a major impact. It also barred all refugees for 90 days and refugees from Syria indefinitely.

The new ruling came just three days after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to reinstate the controversial executive order.

The nation's former intelligence chief, James Clapper, has told Congress that US agencies are confident Russian Federation interfered in the presidential election that Trump won, and that the former Cold War foe an "existential threat" to the nation, but there's no way to know if Russia's meddling swayed the election. Interestingly, this was the one part of his executive order that was not struck down by the lawsuits filed in Washington state and Minnesota.

"Essentially, plaintiffs argue that the United States Constitution grants nonresident aliens located overseas due-process, equal-protection, and Establishment-Clause rights regarding admission into the United States", Paxton wrote, adding that he is "aware of no case extending those rights anywhere close to the extent that plaintiffs assert".

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