Cue the protests once again. The Supreme Court decided to allow the Trump administration to enforce a travel ban on all six predominately-Muslim countries attempting to fly into the United States. With that being said, it’s still important to note that this is not the final ruling. Supreme Court justices will ultimately have the final say on the legality of the rule in its entirety. Per usual, Trump has been using Twitter to show his opinions, which has included retweeting videos of anti-Muslim shenanigans. As a result, people have said that the travel ban reinforces his attitude towards the population and that it’s prejudice.
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