'Travel ban' case likely hurt after president's Twitter rant

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Trump continued: "The Justice Dept. should ask for an expedited hearing of the watered down Travel Ban before the Supreme Court - & seek much tougher version!"

During the 2016 election campaign, Trump called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on", according to Rolling Stone.

U.S. President Donald Trump urged his administration to seek a tougher version of his controversial travel ban proposal on Monday following a weekend attack in London, and pressed for an expedited judicial review by the nation's top court.

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly held a news conference on January 31, after the rollout of Trump's first travel ban, to insist several times that the president's executive order was not a "ban".

The president's messages "may make some people feel better", but they will not help the administration achieve its goal of getting the Supreme Court to rule in its favor, George Conway said in a Twitter message.

TRENTON a As counselor to President Donald Trump, New Jersey native Kellyanne Conway is one of his most frequent defenders on TV and on Twitter.

After whining that the DOJ should have pressed for an "expedited hearing" on the latest version for the goal of seeking a "much tougher version," Trump issued his final tweet of the morning.

Fifty-two percent (52%) of USA voters say the executive order aims to keep out terrorists, not discriminate against Muslims. "The courts are slow and political". "He cares that we call it national security and that we take steps to protect the people of this country". In this case, the -BF indicates Ferguson wrote the tweet. Trump would prevail with the support of five justices.

Trump said in the first tweet.

Trump tweeted about the ban following Saturday's terror attacks in London.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders argued during the daily press briefing that Trump's word choice really did not matter. Zapotosky provided no further explanation as to how "travel ban" conveyed religious bias against Muslims. "The point can not be stressed enough that tweets on legal matters seriously undermine the administration's agenda and president and those who support him, as I do, need to reinforce that point and not be shy about it".

Just 10 days into the Oval Office and the US President signed an executive order placing a travel ban into America for citizens from seven countries.

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