'Travel ban' case likely hurt after president's Twitter rant
'Travel ban' case likely hurt after president's Twitter rant
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07 Junio, 2017, 11:48
"These tweets are basically winking at his supporters to say, obviously, I'm only doing this so that the courts will uphold it", Vladeck said.
NY lawyer George T. Conway III says Trump's Monday tweets taking aim at the Justice Department "may make some ppl feel better", but won't help win a majority in the Supreme Court. The second ban was also put on hold by courts.
"To the extent that Trump is sort of a bull in a china shop, that might make the Supreme Court nervous", said Peter Margulies, an immigration expert at Roger Williams University School of Law in Rhode Island.
"It's kind of odd to have the defendant in Hawaii vs. Trump acting as our co-counsel".
Amidst the increasing terrorist attacks in the holy month of Ramadan by Islamist militants, US President Donald Trump has reiterated his earlier stance of putting a travel embargo on certain "dangerous countries".
"His tweets are so counterproductive that one has to wonder if he wants to lose the case and gain an issue", Walter Dellinger, who served as acting solicitor general in the Clinton administration, wrote in an email.
A Justice Department spokesman declined to comment. She said she was not aware of any vetting of his tweets by lawyers or aides.
"We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people".
Setting the stage for a U.S. Supreme Court showdown, the Trump administration has asked the high court to revive the president's temporary ban on citizens from six predominantly-Muslim countries. They point to Trump's promises during his 2016 election campaign for a ban on Muslims as signaling the order's true intent.
Khan, London s first Muslim mayor told British media he had "better and more important things to focus on" than responding to Trump s tweets.
Trump's Twitter barrage risked undercutting his administration's legal arguments in support of presidential directive, which he argues is crucial to safeguarding American security. In an interview, Jadwat said the president's tweets "seem to undermine the picture the government's been trying to paint". But that strategy has not proven effective yet, as judges have taken Trump's statements into consideration. "You control the Justice Department". But Trump's tweets don't say otherwise.
"Virtually all U.S. Muslim allies in the Mideast are exempt from Trump's travel ban, and have their own problems with Islamic extremists", Wayne White, former deputy director of the State Department's Middle East Intelligence Office, told Xinhua. The majority opinion cited Trump campaign pledges to keep Muslims out of the country.
Trump tweeted Monday that the Justice Department "should have stayed with the original Travel Ban, not the watered down, politically correct version they submitted" to the Supreme Court. The contempt for the justices, the court and the legal process will bring out the justices' protective instincts for their institution and the Constitution it represents. The Justice Department defends his policies in court.
As for insulting the lower court judges who have treated the order as a travel ban, that's practically begging the Supreme Court to vindicate those judges.
The president has intensified his push for the travel ban in the wake of the vehicle and knife attack in London that left seven people dead and dozens injured. And, as I suggested above, a Court that would act in such an unprecedented way doesn't need Twitter evidence. The tweets call the order a "travel ban". Katyal wrote in his own Twitter post.
The London attack, carried out by three knife-wielding men in a rented van, is apparently unconnected to the Manchester bombing. The country's major political parties temporarily suspended campaigning with only days to go before the general election.
He's got to hang tough, because there's a lot of people want him to do the wrong thing. "It's a totally rigged system", he said. Trump continues to praise Comey's decision to reveal the FBI's review of new emails. "It took a lot of guts", Trump said.
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Prime Minister May, the Conservative Party leader, was asked earlier on Monday about Trump's criticism of Khan. He accused Mr Khan of offering a "pathetic excuse" for saying there was no reason for people to be alarmed.
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