Supporters surround a group who perform the Islamic midday prayer outside the White House in Washington on Saturday during a rally on the one-year anniversary of the Trump Administration’s first partial travel ban on citizens from Muslim majority countries. The U.S. Supreme Court has granted review in the latest challenge to the latest version of Trump’s ban.
Supporters surround a group who perform the Islamic midday prayer outside the White House in Washington on Saturday during a rally on the one-year anniversary of the Trump Administration’s first partial travel ban on citizens from Muslim majority countries. The U.S. Supreme Court has granted review in the latest challenge to the latest version of Trump’s ban. Andrew Harnik AP
Supporters surround a group who perform the Islamic midday prayer outside the White House in Washington on Saturday during a rally on the one-year anniversary of the Trump Administration’s first partial travel ban on citizens from Muslim majority countries. The U.S. Supreme Court has granted review in the latest challenge to the latest version of Trump’s ban. Andrew Harnik AP

Trump’s travel ban is still illegal. The Supreme Court should slap it down

January 29, 2018 12:00 PM