BOOM: Look What President Trump Is Doing TOMORROW- Liberals Are Absolutely TERRIFIED

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President Donald Trump plans to release a new executive order on the all new revamped temporary immigration ban.  

This comes after much controversy in the wake of James Robart, U.S. District Judge in Washington state, with an epic case of Black Robe Fever, and his declaration that President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on accepting certain travelers and all refugees from seven terror-plagued Muslim majority countries, both illegal and unconstitutional.

The 9th circus….err I mean 9th Circuit then got involved via a 3 judge panel. The three judges in question seem more interested in putting remarks made by President Trump during his campaign with regard to “banning all Muslims from entering the country” on trial rather than actually addressing the issues at hand.

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In an effort to combat this, the Trump administration is now working on rewriting the order itself, but specially tailoring the rewritten bill to the 9th District and their demands. Some are saying that rewrites will not go far enough, leaving others to assume that the only option left is to take the matter before the Supreme Court and allow them to make the final decision.

This new order is a slight variance from the original order, according to sources. The new immigration order is supposed to remove Iraq from the list of countries whose citizens face a temporary US travel ban.

Four officials have stated under the condition of anonymity to the Associated Press that the decision to remove Iraq was prompted by pressure from both the Pentagon and State Department. None of them are currently authorized to discuss the order prior to its signature.

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Both departments urged the White House to reconsider Iraq’s inclusion on the temporary travel ban due to the key role the country has had in fighting ISIS.

They have stated that the citizens of the remaining six other predominantly Muslim countries — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen — will remain on the travel ban list. The ban will be in effect for 90 days as the order is currently written.

When the original order first rolled out, President Trump was met with weekend protests in airports across the nation, as well as other progressive activists and members of the Muslim community.

The then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates refused to enforce the order, and President Trump reacted with swift and decisive action, firing her for her failure to serve the Department of Justice honorably by enforcing the law as she previously had agreed to do when she accepted the position.


h/t – NY Post 

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