Monday round-up

The challenge to President Donald Trump’s March executive order on immigration continues to generate headlines. At CNN, Ariane de Vogue reports that although “[t]he Supreme Court is poised to hear oral arguments in the travel ban case early next month,” in Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Project, “that doesn’t actually mean justices will ever decide the legality of [the] controversial executive order,” and that “[m]uch depends on what the White House decides to do.” In The Economist, Steven Mazie suggests that “[l]ess than a month before the Supreme Court considers the legality of his executive order barring travel from six overwhelmingly Muslim countries,” Trump’s tweets reacting to a London bombing last week “handed a gift to those challenging the ban.”


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