Trump Sites Lawfare As He Takes The Travel Ban Dismissal To Supreme Court!



Trump has kept his campaign promise to stop immigration from unsafe countries but the Federal Courts stopped him.

Thursday, President Trump  slammed the decision and posted the statement on Twitter and pointed out how jeopardized America will be after this.

The Appeal Court composed of three judges made a unanimous decision to cease the existence and effect of the immigration travel ban and didn’t allow the Justice Department to remove the already given order.

Donald Trump is apparently planning on addressing the United States Supreme Court and is determined to carry this process out to the end.

Another tweet came from Trump On Friday, in which the president quoted an analysis of the courts ruling by Lawfare.

As per Lawfare, this court did not speak on the law that actually allowed Trump to do this ban.

“That’s a pretty big omission over 29 pages, including several pages devoted to determining the government’s likelihood of success on the merits of the case,” wrote Lawfare.

The judges involved in the making of this decision were additionally protected, as CNN reports. The judicial system is crashing and tension and pressure are rising.

Here is what political commentator Patrick Buchanan stated on Thursday regarding Trump and his willingness to go forward with his court appeal:

“Trump’s White House should use the arrogant and incompetent conduct of these federal judges to make the case not only for creating a new Supreme Court, but for Congress to start using Article III, Section 2, of the Constitution — to restrict the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, and to reclaim its stolen powers,” Buchanan wrote.

“A clipping of the court’s wings is long overdue,” he added.

One Washington Post column stated, “Donald Trump just lost, bigly”.

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