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U.S. appellate court again rules against Trump's travel ban

U.S. appellate court again rules against Trump's travel ban”

Trump lamented the court "did it again" by upholding a ruling blocking the second version of his Muslim travel ban on Monday.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning denounced a federal court ruling against his travel ban, his latest criticism of the judiciary in the ongoing legal battle over his controversial executive order.

"The Order makes no finding that nationality alone renders entry of this broad class of individuals a heightened security risk to the United States", said the 9th Circuit's three-judge panel in a unanimous ruling.

The court also claimed that the President had overstepped his authority by issuing the ban, according to Yahoo News.

The three-judge panel of the court upheld a lower court decision and said Trump violated US immigration law with the ban. The ruling Monday says the president violated US immigration law.

The ban would block entries for 90 days Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

The court further said the order did not explain why the travel ban was needed in the first place.

Because of the conflict with immigration law, the judges said they didn't need to consider whether it also violated the Constitution's prohibition on the government favoring or disfavoring any religion.

A Maryland judge had blocked the travel earlier as well.

In the tweet, the president insisted that the us needs a travel ban or some unsafe nations.

The 9th Circuit largely upheld the Hawaii injunction on Monday.

Previously, the Trump administration sought out a review from the Supreme Court of a similar ruling last month issued by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Virginia. The Supreme Court is weighing emergency applications in both cases, but is likely to act on them together.Trump's first order on January 27 led to chaos and protests at airports and in various cities before being blocked by the courts.

And shortly after he took office, Trump lashed out on several occasions at U.S. District Judge James Robart, who sits in Seattle and put a nationwide hold on Trump's first travel ban.

"Although President's Trump's cabinet may think otherwise, today's ruling affirms that judges in Hawaii are more than capable of applying our laws and Constitution to President Trump's unsafe policies".

The opinion, however, narrowed a March ruling on the travel ban by allowing the administration to internally review its vetting procedures for refugees and visas applicants. The administration has appealed that ruling to the Supreme Court.



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