Adam Liptak – The New York Times:
The federal appeals court in Richmond, Va., on Thursday refused to reinstate President Trump’s revised travel ban, saying it discriminated on the basis of religion. The decision was a fresh setback for the administration’s efforts to limit travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.
Mr. Trump had narrowed the scope of his first executive order, issued in January, in response to an earlier appeals court decision halting it. But the basic flaws in his approach remained, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled.
The case is now likely to go to the Supreme Court.
… where it will be struck down one final time.
The United States is not a corporation. “Businessmen” have no place in the chief executive’s Oval Office.
It would appear Mr. Trump’s supporters will get nothing that he promised, either by law, popular will, or his own apathy.
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