Trump Says Immigration Order to Be 'Tailored' to Court Ruling

Trump Says Immigration Order to Be 'Tailored' to Court Ruling

The ripple effects of US President Donald Trump's last month's travel ban on people from Muslim-dominated countries have been swift and forthcoming. If the new order applied to a smaller group of people, such as those from the affected countries who have never come to the U.S. before, it might be harder to defeat in court.

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.

Trump has said his directive, issued last month, was necessary to protect the USA from attacks by Islamist militants, barred people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the country for 90 days. It has been called an unreasonable and unconstitutional "Muslim ban" by its opponents, who celebrate the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' decision to leave a lower court's restraining order in place.

Almost 100 tech companies filed a legal brief opposing President Trump's immigration ban, most noticeably Apple, Google, Twitter, and Microsoft.

Given the plans for the new executive order, Trump administration officials said they would no longer pursue an appeal of the 9th Circuit's hold on the previous order.

Trump didn't cite his source, but the number appears to have originated with a February 9 Fox News segment featuring conservative commentator Sean Hannity.

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Trump did not specify what the new order would do.

Even people who believe that the executive order was constitutional criticized the government's rollout of it. "We're issuing a new executive action next week that will comprehensively protect our country".

The president also downplayed the chaos that erupted at airports around the world in the wake of the travel ban, as workers, students, people trying to visit families in the USA and others with valid visas were either denied permission to board planes or turned away after arriving in the U.S.

At issue so far has not been whether Trump's travel ban is ultimately legal - though that has been part of the consideration. For instance, in 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a whopping 86 percent of the cases it reviewed from the Ninth Circuit Court.

The clearest indication that Trump is actually going to repeal and replace (or rather, "rescind and replace") the order didn't come from Trump himself - it came from the DOJ. Saturday's ruling does not undercut the President's executive order. According to Antonia Ferrier, a spokesman for Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that "it was public" that executive orders were arriving soon, but it seems much of the party did not know about the full extent of the order until it was released. It also barred all refugees for 90 days and refugees from Syria indefinitely. It was found that these searches had dropped by 17 per cent under Trump administration. The judges have only been asked to consider whether national security concerns necessitate an immediate restoration of the travel ban, when weighed against the economic and other harms Washington and Minnesota say it is imposing on their states. "And he was right", the president said.

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