Supreme Court Just Gave Trump the Best News of His Presidency


It’s official. The Supreme Court has ruled that President Trump will be able to follow through on one of his main election promises.

The announcement was a major blow to liberal forces trying to tie Trump’s hands behind his back.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court granted a request by the Trump Administration to continue to bar most Middle East refugees under the president’s temporary travel ban.

The court blocked a federal appeals court ruling from last week that would have exempted any refugees who had managed to get an American business to give them a work contract.

It was a necessary move, since companies like Starbucks are handing out work contracts to refugees without even bothering to check their background, let alone their work qualifications.

Trump’s order bars people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the US, noting the instability in those countries and the ease with which terrorists infiltrate groups of refugees originating there.

The travel ban in question is an updated order issued by the President after his initial executive order was dismissed by the court.

The order is temporary, until proper vetting procedures – a central campaign promise of Trump’s – can be implemented.

The court is expected to take up the legality of the travel ban on October 10.

Source: CNN

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