White House confident of a recovery re-entry ban
The White House has all the confidence in the legal debates about the re-entry ban that president Trump issued to will win.
That has spokesman Sean Spicer said Monday aboard Air Force One. The judge seized in the first instance, the decision of travelers from seven muslim countries access to the US to deny.
“The law is clearly on the side of the president,” said Spicer. “He has a great deal of freedom of action to do what is in the national interest to protect our population. We are convinced that we are in this case equal to go get it.”
On Tuesday, a hearing in San Francisco scheduled on the re-entry ban between the lawyers of the united states and the court. Attorneys of the states of Washington and Minnesota must explain why the entry is suspended, must continue.
A federal judge in the state of Washington certain Friday that the re-entry ban cannot apply so long as there is no legal clarity about. A U.s. federal court of appeal rejected this weekend and also the request of the U.s. department of Justice, for the controversial category is to maintain during the legal battle over that measure.
Almost a hundred American tech have joined in the lawsuit over the re-entry ban for citizens of seven muslim countries. Among the companies are well-known names as Apple, Microsoft, Google, Uber, Airbnb, eBay, and Mozilla.
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