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Trump says new immigration order will come next week

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Vinicius Seabra | 17 Fevereiro, 2017, 00:05

According to a statement released by Representative Joseph Crowley of NY they will fight on behalf of what is American, on behalf of the immigrants who came to America in the past and who will come to America in the future. That will be done sometime next week, toward the beginning or middle at the latest part. "It will protect its people", Miller said. That action prevented the federal government from barring travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations and suspending, then limiting, the nation's refugee program.

"Those individuals with visas that were not physically cancelled may now travel if the visa is otherwise valid", the State Department said, according to NBC.

"You can never be totally confident, but through the incredible efforts already, I see it happening - of formerly General Kelly, now Secretary Kelly, we have done a great job". "They've been horribly treated".

Trump said the anti-terrorism campaign will continue with the planned issuance next week of new orders that would achieve the same intent as the questioned order. The president could have fought the issue out in the Seattle court, allowed the Ninth Circuit process to proceed or appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

In an all-caps Twitter post last Thursday, Trump responded to the legal setback suggesting he'd like to "see" the states at the next level up, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the administration sent confusing signals late on Friday on whether that appeal would be filed or not.

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"Right now we are considering and pursuing all options", presidential aide Stephen Miller told Fox television.

During a hearing Tuesday on President Trump's travel ban, Ninth Circuit Judge Michelle Friedland asked a question. If something happens blame him and court system.

Because the ban was lifted by a judge, many very bad and risky people may be pouring into our country. By the time the courts finally decide squarely on the issues, the ban will possibly have expired.

The State Department has also reversed the annulling of visas under Trump's executive order, CNN reported.

It would be incorrect, though, to say that such authority can never be subject to judicial review.

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Lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees, for instance, have used President Barack Obama's declaration that the war in Afghanistan is over as grounds to challenge their clients' continued detention. After that, the appeals court judges will vote on whether to rehear the case.

Department of Justice lawyers claimed that the order was made on national security grounds and that Washington District Court Judge James Robart's issuance of a temporary restraining order pausing the ban nationwide was "overbroad".

The clearest indication that Trump is actually going to repeal and replace (or rather, "rescind and replace") the order didn't come from Trump himself - it came from the DOJ.

"Proceeding directly to discovery. will not interfere with the case on appeal", the states said in their filing.

United States courts have historically been careful about probing the motives behind laws, in part out of respect for the separation of powers between branches of government.

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