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Justices give gov't time to address second travel ban ruling

16 June 2017

Trump also called out the media in a tweet, but it's unclear exactly what stories he was addressing.

In a separate case, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in May to affirm a Maryland court's nationwide injunction of the travel ban's 90-day stoppage on nationals from six designated countries.

"We continue to be confident that the president's executive order to protect this country is fully lawful and ultimately will be upheld by the Supreme Court", he added. The decision by a unanimous three-judge panel of the San Francisco-.

They upheld an earlier court ruling, which stated that the President had exceeded the authority Congress granted him in making national security judgments in the realm of immigration without adequate justification. "The Justice Dept. should have stayed with the original Travel Ban, not the watered down, politically correct version they submitted to S.C.", the president wrote on Twitter. However, this was defeated by legal challenges in the states of Washington and Minnesota.

On Twitter last week, Trump said the "courts are slow and political" and he said the government already is "EXTREME VETTING people coming into the U.S".

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They also said that there was no link between nationality and tendency to commit terrorist acts proved by the Government. That decision upheld a federal judge's order blocking enforcement of the two main parts of President Trump's March 6 limits on immigration by foreign nationals from Mideast nations and by refugees from around the world. A lawyer for Hawaii, which is challenging the ban, filed his own letter urging a slightly shorter briefing schedule that would include only one more administration brief.

Rather than focusing on Trump campaign statements as the Virginia-based court did, the 9th Circuit said the language in the executive order itself did not make a rational case for why a travel ban was needed.

In their ruling, the three judges referenced the questionable language in one of the president's latest tweets, which was sent on June 5: "That's right, we need a TRAVEL BAN for certain unsafe countries, not some politically correct term that won't help us protect our people!"

For months, Trump has said his temporary travel ban is a national security measure meant to keep potential terrorists out of the United States while his administration formulates an appropriate immigration policy.

"It provides a very attractive way to leave the injunction in place without setting broader doctrinal rules about which they may have pause", Vladeck said.

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The state says the policy is unconstitutional because it shows anti-Muslim bias.

But the Ninth Circuit ruling certainly was another setback for Trump in his quest to see the measure put into effect.

The state of Hawaii and Ismail Elshikh, the imam of the Muslim Assn. of Hawaii, argued that Trump's order stigmatized Muslims and would hurt tourism and the recruitment of university students and faculty.

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Justices give gov't time to address second travel ban ruling