Trump team asks Justices to scuttle immigration cases

Trump team asks Justices to scuttle immigration casesThe Trump Administration, insisting that the presidential order limiting entry to the U.S. of foreign nationals from Mideast nations “is not a so-called ‘Muslim ban,’” has urged the Supreme Court to throw out without a decision two major cases pursued by challengers to the restrictions.


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