Beforehand Of Travel Ban Deadline, President Trump Thinking About New Restrictions

Those recommendations included travel restrictions and enhanced screening, DHS counselor Miles Taylor told reporters Friday afternoon.
The legality of that revised travel ban was also challenged, and the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in that case on Oct. 10.
The refugee portion of that revised ban expires Oct. 24, before the Supreme Court is likely to rule on its legality.
President Trump signaled on Sept. 15 that he favored a wider travel ban, tweeting after a bomb went off in the London Underground that “The travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and more specific-but stupidly, that would not be politically correct!
The travel ban has been one of the signature initiatives of the Trump administration.

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