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Hillary Clinton Trolls President Donald Trump Over Travel Ban Ruling

Hillary Clinton Trolls President Donald Trump Over Travel Ban Ruling

Trump upset Clinton in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin previous year, shocking observers who believed the typically Democratic Rust Belt states would go her way. Of course, she is happy about the court's decision.

The Washington State Attorney General's Office, which filed the lawsuit against Trump, trolled the president by replying with their own all-caps tweet.

Per the order, the judges will assess: (1) if the government has shown it is likely to thrive on the merits of its appeal, (2) the degree of hardship caused by a stay or denial, and (3) the public interest in granting or denying a stay.

But the former first lady and secretary of state "decided to do it because she thought she was the person who could best be president and that she was the Democrat that was best positioned to be able to win", Palmieri said.

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Hillary Clinton trolls Donald Trump on Twitter following appeals

Palmieri also said that Clinton knew she "screwed up" by describing Trump supporters as a "basket of deplorables". "For the sake of our values and the security of America, Democrats will continue to press for President Trump's risky and unconstitutional ban to be withdrawn".

After the court's decision, other figures opened up. Barack Obama's spokesperson released a statement about it.

"Today marks a victory for American freedom over Presidential tyranny". The court's decision has sided with the refugees. He also told reporters in the White House that it is a political decision. However, Seattle-based District Judge James Robart issued a temporary restraint on the ban on February 4th.

Trump's ban has received a strong opposition from people. The citizens just want this subject to end and just let refugees come as they want into the country.



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