Regardless if you are for or against President Trump’s travel ban, is it legal?
Joining us today is author Andrew J. Schatkin who weighs in what the first executive order and what might need to be changed in a new order to be approved in the courts.
- Was President Trump’s order with respect to seven Muslim countries contrary to law?
- Are sanctuary cities within the bounds of the law as shielding persons who are not legally citizens and have criminal convictions?
- Was the opposition in the case of the State of Washington to President Trump’s order legally valid since it defined a loss of money from tech companies and students for universities.
- Is it discrimination to exclude terrorists from Muslim countries?
- Is it illegal to exclude groups, whose religion entails within certain persons in that group, acts of violence?
- What would President Trump need to change in a new executive order for it to be approved in the courts?
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