President Donald Trump plans to redesign his executive order to ban the travel of people from seven Muslim-majority countries. He will replace the previous order with a new one, according to a Department of Justice court filing created today.
The justice department wrote: “Rather than continuing this litigation, the President intends in the near future to rescind the Order and replace it with a new, substantially revised Executive Order to eliminate what the panel erroneously thought were constitutional concerns.”
Meanwhile, the Trump’s first executive order is suspended since a federal district judge located in Seattle issued a restraining order against it.
According to Trump, the new executive order would again, comprehensively protect the United States and it would be tailored to the decision they turned down from the court. It seems, he continues his war of arguments against the judiciary. He added that the circuit is in chaos, and in turmoil. He also twice cited a misleading statistic about the ninth circuit’s rate of having its rulings overturned.
According to Mr. president, the new executive order will be released sometime next week. The Washington state attorney general’s office, which led the successful suit against the travel ban, also tweeted about the justice department’s filing was “conceding defeat”.
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