Setback for Trump about re-entry ban

Yet another setback for president Donald Trump on his controversial temporary entry ban.

The Supreme Court now certain that people who have family members in the US should not be kept out.

The Chief judges, which in June agreed to limitations on the admission of travellers from six Muslim countries, judged with six against three that now includes people with grandparents and other relatives in the US should be accepted. That was all for among others spouses, children and parents.

On another topic, Trump called a success. The Court temporarily blocked a ruling by a lower court that the borders would open to potentially thousands of refugees in the coming months. That verdict is in anticipation of the job that the Government has made to the appellate court in San Francisco. The Supreme Court examines in October extended over the arguments for a re-entry ban.

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