There was a pair of judges that halted President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban before it could be put in action. They slammed it for discriminating against Muslims and then, handed the administration another setback on a core campaign issue.
The decision that federal judges Derrick Watson and Theodore Chuang took, were to block a 90-day ban on new visa approvals for people from six Muslim-majority nations. After the temporary ban issued by Watson back on Wednesday, Chuang reinforced the decision by halting enforcement of a single paragraph that aimed to stop the entry of nationals from Syria, Libya, Iran, Yemen, Somalia and Sudan.
The White House is the one that spent weeks crafting and also rolling out its order on March 6, after other judges had swiftly rejected the first travel ban. A ban that president Trump announced with great fanfare days after taking office and causing chaos in airports all across the United States.
It is almost certainly that the decision to halt the policy before it could take effect Thursday will be appealed just like in San Francisco appellate court that rejected the previous ban
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