Posters are part of a New York City rally in February against President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel from several Muslim-majority nations that have weak governments or terror turmoil. The Supreme Court is letting the ban go into effect as it reviews appellate rulings.
Posters are part of a New York City rally in February against President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel from several Muslim-majority nations that have weak governments or terror turmoil. The Supreme Court is letting the ban go into effect as it reviews appellate rulings. Andres Kudacki The Associated Press
Posters are part of a New York City rally in February against President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel from several Muslim-majority nations that have weak governments or terror turmoil. The Supreme Court is letting the ban go into effect as it reviews appellate rulings. Andres Kudacki The Associated Press

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July 07, 2017 5:36 PM

Supreme Court sought a middle ground on travel ban, but ended up empowering Trump

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