Trump's Travel Ban  Faces Next Hurdle
Trump's Travel Ban  Faces Next Hurdle

Trump's Travel Ban Faces Next Hurdle

Trump's Travel Ban Faces Next Hurdle

The next round in the fight over US President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries starts on Thursday.  Attorneys from the Justice Department and Washington State will have an hour to make their oral arguments.
The Justice Department is expected to argue that the suspension of Trump's travel ban was too broad and "at most" should be limited to people who were already granted entry to the country and were temporarily abroad, or to those who want to leave and return to the United States, Reuters reported.

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