Supreme Court Upholds President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban

By  //  June 26, 2018

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ABOVE VIDEO: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor to uphold President Trump’s travel ban Tuesday morning.(FOX NEWS Video)

WASHINGTON D.C. – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor to uphold President Trump’s travel ban Tuesday morning.

The ban includes five Muslim-majority countries.

The travel ban of includes the following countries: Somalia, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Venezuela and North Korea.

The court ruled 5-4 and is being called the first major high court decision on a Trump administration policy.

Sen. Chris Coons, a Democrat from Delaware, currently sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee and says the ruling doesn’t reflect American values.

“The Supreme Court may have ruled that the President’s travel ban was technically constitutional, but that doesn’t mean that it’s right, that it’s justified, or that it reflects America’s values,” Coons said in a statement.

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