Via The Associated Press, President Donald Trump might be considering drafting a new executive order on immigration after legal setbacks to his original order that placed a temporary moratorium on several predominantly Muslim countries. The Hill reported that the Trump White House does not plan on appealing the ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that upheld the nationwide stay issued by Washington State district judge James Robart, a Bush appointee.
BREAKING: Amid legal setback, President Donald Trump says he's considering signing a 'brand new order' on immigration.
— The Associated Press (@AP) February 10, 2017
The AP added that the president said, “We also have a lot of other options, including just filing a brand new order” onboard Air Force One. The publication added that the new order would change little to the one in legal limbo, which could be signed early next week.Read the rest of the story HERE and follow links to related stories below:
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