Executive Order Immigration Ban: How The Trump Administration Is Being Roasted On Federal Court
Feb 20, 2017 06:37 AM EST
The Executive Order immigration ban is under heavy fire inside the federal court as attorneys justify its injunction. President Trump's immigration ban is ineffectively getting through certain states.
State attorneys are becoming aggressive in shutting the executive order immigration ban down. According to Slate, President Trump's travel ban poses multiple problems in the federal court.
One of the arguments that the judges contested is that Trump's Executive Order immigration ban violates due process. The U.S. Court of appeals had a unanimous decision to decline the lifting of the travel ban.
Another issue that was being examined was that of religious discrimination. The judges were also concerned about the way President Trump referred to the Executive Order as a "Muslim ban."
This also led an attorney to believe that the travel ban was "animated by religious prejudice towards Muslims." Another Attorney, Mark Herring explained in an interview, that the administration did not provide any evidence that the country is becoming safer.
In fact, Herring believes that the Executive Order immigration ban is "undermining the National Security." This scenario makes citizens feel less safe in their in their homes or abroad. Attorneys are arguing that the Executive Order immigration ban is going against its original purpose of making the country safer by making its citizens feel less secure.
According to WashingtonExaminer, President Trump described the U.S. Court of Appeals as being in "chaos." President Trump added that the ninth circuit is currently in a state of "turmoil."
On the other hand, the administration is pursuing their efforts in trying to make the country safer. As a matter of fact, President Trump stated that the administration is issuing a new executive action by next week.
President Trump explained that this action is going to be a "comprehensive order to protect our people." The President also mentioned that they are "going further" and that he's hopeful that they'll win in their next outing in this legal battle.