I was quoted in an LA Times article about the 9th circuit’s refusal to reinstate Trump’s travel ban. I stated the Supreme Court might find it easier to reject the travel ban based on a violation of existing law rather than constitutional grounds. “It is always hard to win an immigration case on constitutional grounds in the Supreme Court because immigration touches on foreign relations and national sovereignty issues. People outside the United States also generally don’t have U.S. constitutional rights. The combination of the two rulings provides a one-two punch against the executive order that will make it harder for the administration to win at the Supreme Court.”
CNN discusses why Donald Trump’s travel ban executive order is up for another round of debate with the 9th Circuit. 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals has also been tapped to make a decision. No matter how the two courts rule, I predict this case will go to the Supreme Court; the issue is too important to pass up.
Read the whole analysis with CNN.