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Judges grilled the Trump administration on Trump's anti-Muslim retweets in arguments over his travel ban

Judges aggressively questioned the Trump administration attorney on whether President Donald Trump's anti-Muslim retweets should be considered "legally relevant" to the travel ban on six majority-Muslim countries. The case was being argued in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday, after a similar hearing in the Fourth Circuit two days earlier. The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to enforce the ban, pending the results of the two federal appeals courts.
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