The president just issued a revised version of the falsely named “Muslim Ban,” which as expected, is already facing resistance from the left.
Although Washington State and New York went to the same Federal Judge who had previously issued the restraining order on the old travel ban and asked that the same order pertains to this new ban, the judge said “NO” because the new ban requires more extensive filing.
Democrat’s appeal to the U.S federal court to apply an emergency restraining order on Trump’s newly modified travel ban was rejected. According to Reuters, James Robart, the judge who had issued the temporary restraining order against Trump’s first order last month, refused to apply the same orders on the revised policy
The Freedom daily reports:
Kellyanne Conway acknowledged that there are a lot of legal challenges facing the modified order, but is confident that it would pass all tests.
Kellyanne Conway also pointed out the fact that Iraq had been removed from the list because Secretary Tillerson and Secretary of Homeland Security Kelly both worked with Iraqi officials to tighten up vetting so they could be removed.