Ever since the Trump administration unveiled the latest edition of its travel ban on Sept. 24, many observers have been puzzled by the inclusion of Chad on the list. Chad was not previously known as a major source of anti-U.S. terror...Show More Summary
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Ally's inclusion on latest incarnation of travel ban surprised many, and was down, at least in part, to a paper shortage
That is not a joke.
The rally was scheduled for the day the latest travel ban was expected to be implemented.
Perhaps no politician is as compelled to cram his foot into his own mouth as President Donald Trump. Two judges recently issued temporary blocks of the White House's third attempt to ban travel from several majority-Muslim nations,Show More Summary
Hours after a judge in Hawaii blocked most of President Trump’s order from taking effect, a judge in Maryland used somewhat different grounds to reach the same result.
So far, the third time isn’t the charm for President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
So far, the third time isn't the charm for President Donald Trump's travel ban. As with his previous two attempts to bar travelers from certain predominantly Muslim nations from entering … Click to Continue »
Hundreds protest Trump's latest ban on individuals from six Muslim-majority countries, North Korea and Venezuela.
U.S. officials say an office supply issue was a major reason the African nation of Chad was hit with travel restrictions by the United States. President Donald Trump's administration added … Click to Continue »
Judge Derrick Watson has placed a temporary injunction on Trump's third draft of a travel ban, writing that it's plagued by "internal incoherencies that markedly undermine its stated 'national security' rationale."
The third time wasn't the charm.
Following a similar ruling in Hawaii yesterday. [ more › ]
President Donald Trump struck out again with his third try at a travel ban, as federal judges temporarily blocked it from taking effect nationwide on Wednesday. This time, Trump’s order... To view the full story, click the title lin...
I’m up at Foreign Policy today with an article on how Chad is reacting to the Trump administration’s travel ban. As always, I welcome your thoughts and feedback in the comments section here. Advertisements
In this occasional series, we will bring you up to speed on the biggest national security stories of the week. Two different federal judges this week blocked President Trump from enforcing the latest version of his travel ban, which would have barred various travelers and immigrants from eight different countries from entering the U.S. The […]
A federal court judge in Hawaii on Tuesday struck down and barred implementation of the third iteration of President Trump’s travel ban (referred to as “E0-3” in the opinion). The court found: Ignoring the guidance afforded by the Ninth Circuit that at least this Court is obligated to follow, EO-3 suffers from precisely the same […]
A federal judge in Maryland granted a nationwide preliminary injunction against the latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s travel ban late Tuesday, following a similar order by a federal judge in Hawaii. U.S. District Court Judge...Show More Summary
Stung by its inclusion on the Trump administration’s travel ban, Chad is already making life harder for U.S. troops in Africa.