President Donald Trump was just delivered amazing news from the U.S. Supreme Court.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing stricter enforcement of Trump’s travel ban when they blocked a lower court ruling that would have allowed thousands of refugees into the country.
This major victory for Trump shows that his travel ban is both legitimate and fair in the eyes of the Supreme Court.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Trump’s crackdown on immigration became a widespread hot topic when he issued a 90-day travel ban and a 120-day refugee ban executive order in March restricting individual’s entry into the United States from terrorist hot spots while the government works on vetting procedures.
Last month, the Supreme Court ruled that the travel ban could still be enforced, saying “the U.S. had to admit at least some close relatives though the court didn’t list all the relationships that qualified,” Bloomerg reported.
Trump’s administration tried to get clarity on what relationships would be allowed under the Supreme Court’s June 26 order, and contended that the Trump administration would agree to let people enter only if they had, “a parent, spouse, fiance, child, sibling, son- or daughter-in-law, or a parent-in-law in the country.”
The 6-3 vote will allow more relationships into the travel ban exceptions and was seen as a major victory for Trump.
Three Supreme Court justices, “Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito Jr. and Neil M. Gorsuch said they would have granted the administration’s request to put the entire order on hold,” according to The Washington Post.
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