Supreme Court Rules that President Trump’s Travel Ban can Take Full Effect Immediately

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On Monday, the US Supreme Court ruled the latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s travel ban can take full effect.

Lower courts continue to deal with frivolous lawsuits that seek to fight the ban, despite the fact that it is constitutional.

According to the order, the Trump administration is permitted to enforce Trump’s ban, which suspends foreign nationals from seven nations from entering the united States.

Those seven countries are  Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.

The only dissent from the court came from Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor.

Fox News reports:

The justices offered no explanation for their order, but the administration had said that blocking the full ban was causing “irreparable harm” because the policy is based on legitimate national security and foreign policy concerns.

The proclamation of the ban was issued by Trump in September after a

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