BREAKING: Hawaii to Attempt Legal Challenge to Trump’s Travel Ban



The leftists of the island of Hawaii continue to be a thorn in the side of the Trump agenda.
The state of Hawaii will seek permission Friday in U.S. District Court in Honolulu to file an amended complaint to challenge the legality of President Donald Trump’s latest travel ban.
“Hawaii fought the first and second travel bans because they were illegal and unconstitutional efforts to implement the President’s Muslim ban,” Attorney Gen. Doug Chin announced today. “Unfortunately, the third travel ban is more of the same.”
The latest restrictions, issued Sept. 24 as a presidential proclamation, will block travel to the United States by most citizens of Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria and Yemen as well as some Venezuelan officials. They are due to take effect Oct. 18
“This new ban still discriminates on the basis of nationality, it still exceeds the President’s legal authority, and it still seeks to implement his Muslim ban,” Chin said. “Simply adding an obvious target like North Korea to the list and banning travel by some government officials from Venezuela does nothing to disguise this. And – unlike the first two versions – Travel Ban 3.0 has no end date.”
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