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Federal Refugee and Asylum Officials Criticize Trump's Muslim Travel Ban as Ill-Informed and Un-American

The union representing 11,000 DHS officials files a Supreme Court brief and wants to resume vetting refugees. The union representing 11,000 Department of Homeland Security employees who screen foreign refugees and asylum seekers hasShow More Summary

Internal memos detail the devastation caused by Trump's Muslim ban on refugees

As Trump’s Muslim ban executive order continues its way through the courts, thousands of lives are held in an anxious abeyance. The Intercept has gotten its hands on “internal memos” from diplomats around the world, detailing the destruction of Trump and his crew of racist-xenphobes, to their higher-ups in Washington. Show More Summary

Donald Trump’s new tweets bolster the case against his travel ban

LESS than a month before the Supreme Court considers the legality of his executive order barring travel from six overwhelmingly Muslim countries, Donald Trump has handed a gift to those challenging the ban.

Donald Trump Uses London Tube Attack To Promote Travel Ban

4 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

President Donald Trump responded to a terror attack in a London Underground station on Friday by saying that the U.S. should expand his ban of travelers from predominately Muslim countries. Another attack in London by a loser terrorist.These are sick and demented people who were in the sights of Scotland Yard.

Trump uses London subway bomb as chance to tout Muslim ban

Trump takes to Twitter to say bomb on London Underground was detonated 'by a loser terrorist' The post Trump uses London subway bomb as chance to tout Muslim ban appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The Right to Be Free From Religious Intolerance: Trump v. IRAP

Donald Trump's Muslim travel ban was born out of malice toward an entire faith. This case challenges President Trump’s executive order prohibiting entry to the United States to people from six Muslim-majority countries.  The president...Show More Summary

Supreme Court lifts restriction on Trump 'Muslim ban', barring 24,000 people from entering US

The US Supreme Court has granted the Trump administration's request to temporarily lift restrictions on the President's travel ban, quashing an opportunity for tens of thousands of refugees to enter the country. At the request of the...Show More Summary

The Supreme Court joins another battle over Donald Trump’s travel ban

AMERICA’S federal courts have been nearly unanimous in blocking or limiting Donald Trump’s presidency-long quest to keep refugees and travellers from six Muslim majority nations out of the country.

The curious case of Donald Trump’s travel ban

last weekNews : Daily Chart

ON THE campaign trail, Donald Trump promised a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering” America if he were elected president. One week after taking office, he tried to implement this policy, signing an executive order that prevented citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from coming to America for 90 days.

Trump returns to Supreme Court to block Muslim ban exemptions for refugees

Donald Trump's Justice Department is headed back to the Supreme Court in an effort to piece back together more of Trump's tattered Muslim ban. Specifically, government lawyers asked the high court Monday to block a Ninth Circuit Court...Show More Summary

Supreme Court Backs Broad Enforcement Of Travel Ban — For Now

last weekNews : The Two-Way

Justice Anthony Kennedy delays implementation of an appeals court ruling that would have allowed certain refugees from six Muslim countries to enter the U.S. despite the Trump administration's order.

Influential lawyer who inspired Trump’s Muslim ban claims ‘whites are genetically superior’ to people of color

last weekNews : The Raw Story

David Yerushalmi is, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, “the father of the anti-Sharia law movement” — and his legal practices are gaining traction in the wake of the Islamophobia stirred up by President Donald Trump. In a report for The Daily Beast, Muslim comedian...

Trump is getting rotten legal advice and, once again, it shows

On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit affirmed a lower court ruling that found the Trump administration had construed the Supreme Court’s direction on the Muslim travel ban too narrowly. The Supreme Court said the ban “may not be enforced against foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona […]

Trump's Muslim ban 2.0 gets smacked down in court yet again

As he faces legal challenges from undocumented immigrant youth, 16 states, and Washington, D.C. over his cowardly decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Donald Trump’s Muslim ban 2.0 suffered yet another court defeat from the 9th U.S. Show More Summary

Appeals Court Rejects Family Limits In Trump Travel Ban

last weekNews : The Two-Way

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said the administration was too strict in its list of relatives of citizens and legal residents who are allowed to enter the U.S. from six mainly Muslim countries

Appeals court rules against Trump administration on travel ban restrictions on refugees and close relatives

A federal appeals court on Thursday denied the Trump administration’s request to block more foreigners from Muslim nations from entering the U.S. under its travel ban and removed restrictions on all refugee resettlement, which could open the door for thousands of blocked refugees to resume travel...

Rep. Steve King Realizes He’s Been a Sucker on Live TV

There’s possibly nothing that was more foundational to Trump’s securing of the presidential nomination and eventual electoral victory than his “tough on immigration” stance.  From the border wall to the “Muslim ban”, Trump was called...Show More Summary

In court settlement, travelers denied U.S. entry under first Muslim ban can now reapply for visas

Travelers who sued the Trump administration in a class action lawsuit after they were blocked from entering the United States due to Donald Trump’s initial Muslim ban despite having valid visas have won the right to reapply for visas,...Show More Summary

US settles first Muslim ban lawsuit with campaigners

Those barred from entering the US in early days of Trump's original travel ban will be allowed to reapply for visas.

Government Settles Travel Ban Lawsuit

The Trump administration has agreed to settle the first lawsuit filed “against the so-called “Muslim ban,” according to a release from the ACLU. Continue reading Government Settles Travel Ban Lawsuit...

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