Trump administration requests travel ban revival

Trump administration requests travel ban revival
By Sarah Taylor with REUTERS, AP
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The US government takes the case for reviving the travel ban on six mostly-Muslim nations to the Supreme Court.


The US administration has asked the Supreme Court to revive the president’s plan to temporarily ban travellers from six mostly-Muslim nations.

Tonight, the Trump administration officially asked the Supreme Court to weigh in on the travel ban.

— Jaweed Kaleem (@jaweedkaleem) June 2, 2017

Two lower court rulings initially blocked Donald Trump’s latest order, in March, for being discriminatory.

Trump’s order prompted nationwide protests. Nine judges are now tasked with deciding whether his campaign rhetoric is evidence that the ban was intended to discriminate against Muslims.

The nations that would be affected by the 90-day bar on entry are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

Here's a closer look at the travel ban that Trump's government wants to reinstate

— Bloomberg (@business) June 2, 2017

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