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New U.S. travel ban on the way; Trump plans rewrite instead of legal fight over 1st order

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Photographs by AP/Reed Saxon

In this Feb. 4, 2017, file photo, a woman gives a thumbs up in Los Angeles, Calif., as demonstrators in favor of President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel to the U.S. from seven primarily Muslim nations stand across the street from the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.

President Donald Trump's administration said Thursday in court documents that it wants a pause in the legal fight over its ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations so it can issue a replacement ban as it strives to protect the nation from terrorism.

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KCSAP says...

Poor Grumpers!

Posted 17 February 2017, 6:44 a.m. Suggest removal

BOLTAR says...

The ban was so well executed they are opening a new box of crayons and starting over.

Posted 17 February 2017, 8:40 a.m. Suggest removal

LB1023LB says...

Ignoramus! Brought back down to size.

Posted 17 February 2017, 9:53 a.m. Suggest removal

mrcharles says...

The sign above is correct, Ivanka's father speaks for U.S.A. [ daily damage I must say] a "not so innocent nation " , So Glad he said that, it sounds so leftist........ yet I must remind him and the poor woman with the sign, that he speaks for about 3,000,000 less voters than HRC, regardless of the results of that French political idea of the electoral college.

boltar, it is the example of letting a bunch of orangutans loose in a room with word processors, they finally come up with stuff.

Posted 17 February 2017, 10:08 a.m. Suggest removal

Slak says...

Putting a point on it, 3,000,000 southern California voters. Which is a remarkably good argument for the electoral college, which was instituted while France was still a monarchy, by the way.
Which leaves the question, "Is a work of Shakespearian magnificence worth any less if produced by random Orangutan activity?"

Posted 17 February 2017, 11:46 a.m. Suggest removal

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