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For the Third Time, The Court Rejected Trump's "Travel Ban"

HONOLULU - For the third time, US President Donald Trump's order of travel ban for the foreigners was rejected by US courts. At ...

HONOLULU - For the third time, US President Donald Trump's order of travel ban for the foreigners was rejected by US courts.

At this time Derrick Watson the judge from the US District Court of Hawaii ordered the cancellation of the controversial ban.

Watson judged about the Trump order for banning the arrival of Iranians, Lybia, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad, North Korea, and some Venezuelan officials, unwarranted and violating the federal immigration regulations.

Watson said that Trump's order "has the same weakness as the previous ban" and ignores the Federal Court's ruling that such a policy goes beyond the authority of the president.

"The policy is not accompanied by adequate evidence that the arrival of more than 150 million citizens from six specific countries will be endanger for US interests," said Judge Watson's decision.

Judge Watson also added that there is no adequate explanation as to why the citizens from the 8 countries are banned while other citizens are not banned.

The United States added the list of travel restrictions that initially only to a number of Muslim countries, now covering North Korea, Venezuela and Chad, on last September.

"Ensuring safe The United State is my number one priority, and we will not accept the people carelessly," Trump said at the time.

Responding to the court's verdict, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the court's refusal had undermined President Trump's agenda to safeguard his citizens.

This prohibition is essential to ensure foreign countries adhere to the minimum security standards required for the integrity of our country's immigration and security systems, Sanders said.

The US Justice Department reacted by appealing against a decision that could potentially endanger national security.

Earlier, US state courts have twice rejected President Trump's policy to impose a 90-day entry ban for Iranians, Lybia, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.

Image property of AFP Photo/Saul Loeb.
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