WASHINGTON – The latest in Supreme Court ruling confirming President Donald Trump's (all locals) travel ban:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is taking a tour of The victory after the decision of the Supreme Court Prohibition of travel of President Donald Trump, publish a photo with the conservative judge of the Supreme Court that helped put on the bench.
It was McConnell who prevented President Barack Obama from filling the vacancy after the death of Judge Antonin Scalia in 2016. McConnell refused to act on Obama nomination of Merrick Garland, and the seat was left open for a year until Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch.
Gorsuch was in the majority of 5-4 who maintained Trump's travel ban on Tuesday.
McConnell told reporters he is satisfied with the court decision on the ban, although he once warned against the idea. McConnell says it's a decision he's "comfortable with," although "he did not care about previous versions."
Team McConnell's "Team Mitch" campaign tweeted his picture with Gorsuch after the ruling.
Key Republicans are celebrating the Supreme Court's decision to maintain President Donald Trump's travel ban on visitors from mostly Muslim countries. They say it will help stop terrorism.
The third Republican of the House, Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana, calls it a "great victory" for Trump's plan to strengthen national security "by keeping terrorists out of the United States."  Scalise says the ruling shows that it is directly within the president's authority "despite false claims in the media and the left."
Another high-ranking Republican, Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, an ally of Trump, said the court he defended called a "common sense" practice of allowing Congress to delegate authority to the president. He said that the president can regulate the entry of people to the US. UU., "Particularly from countries devastated by war or known state sponsors of terrorism."
The main Democratic leaders in Congress are United against the decision of the Supreme Court to maintain the travel ban of President Donald Trump to visitors from predominantly Muslim countries.
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer of New York says Trump's travel ban "does not make us safer, and the Supreme Court's ruling does not"
He called it "a backward and anti-American policy" "that does not improve national security."
House minority leader Nancy Pelosi of California called the court ruling "dangerous" and says it undermines American values and the Constitution.
Pelosi he says the Democrats will push for policies that are "strong and smart, not reckless, reckless and prejudiced."
A Democrat, Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut, has proposed legislation to block funding to enforce the ban.
President Donald Trump says that the decision of the Supreme Court in favor of his travel ban from several countries mostly Muslim is a great v ictoria for the US Constitution.
Trump tells reporters at the White House during a meeting with Republican members of the House of Representatives and the Senate that the decision marks a tremendous success.
He says authorities need to know who will enter the country and that the media and Democrats "The attacks on their hard-line immigration policies are wrong
He also says he plans to push for more funds for his promised border wall and that he will discuss the issue with lawmakers on Tuesday.
Republican number 2 Senate says that political opponents are mischaracterizing a Supreme Court ruling that supports the travel ban of President Donald Trump Sen. John Cornyn of Texas says that, despite the claims of some Democrats, "this is not a Muslim ban."
When asked if Trump was trying to restrict the entry of Muslims or Other religious groups to the United States, Cornyn said: "I think he is trying to keep the country safe."
Rep. Ke ith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to Congress, says the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Trump administration's travel ban gives "legitimacy to discrimination and Islamophobia."
The Minnesota Democrat says: "This decision will one day serve as a sign of embarrbadment."
Ellison compared decision 5-4 in favor of the travel ban with infamous decisions in the history of the court, including a that allowed Japanese internment camps during World War II and another that codified the "separate but equal" doctrine of racial segregation.
Ellison announced earlier this month that he will leave Congress to run for Minnesota's attorney general.
President Donald Trump praises the decision of the Supreme Court to defend the travel ban of his administration "A moment of deep vindication".
In a statement issued by the White House, Trump praised decision 5-4 as a "tremendous victory for the people and the Constitution."
The Supreme Court rejected a challenge that the policy discriminated against Muslims or exceeded Trump's authority. Trump said the ruling follows "months of hysterical comments from the Democratic media and politicians who refuse to do whatever it takes to secure our border and our country."
Trump says that while he is president, he will "defend the sovereignty, security and safety of the American people, and fight for an immigration system that serves the national interests of the United States and its citizens."
Decision 5 -4 is the first substantial ruling by the court on Trump's administration policy.
Democratic Sen. Cory Booker says he is disappointed by the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the ban of President Donald Trump's travel, but says that the prohibition itself is less than the president initially intended to do – Booker said it had been a ban on Muslims entering the US
Booker, New Jersey said that Trump had "tried on multiple occasions" to impose a religious test upon entering the country, "and his efforts have been diluted by the judicial system. "
Booker, who has just returned from the southern border with Mexico, denounced Trump's policy of separating migrant families, saying that the United States needs to reclaim its values:" We are a good nation, we are good people. " And we should set a standard on this planet about what humanity should be. "
Democratic Senator Chris Coons says the Supreme Court's decision that President Donald Trump's travel ban is constitutional "does not mean it's correct, justified or that reflect the values of the United States. "
Coons, of Delaware, is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He says he will introduce legislation to clarify that the United States "does not tolerate discrimination based on religion or nationality."
Coons says that Trump's travel ban "is not only discriminatory and counterproductive, but directly contrasts with the principles in our Constitution and in the vision of our founders of a nation where all people are free to worship. Your choice: The court's decision shows that we have a long way to go before fulfilling our highest ideals. "
President Donald Trump is tweeting "Wow!" After the Supreme Court upheld his travel ban from several mostly Muslim countries.
Trump tweeted on Tuesday: "THE SUPREME COURT SMELLS THE TRUMP TRAVEL PROHIBITION Wow!"
The court rejected a challenge that the ban discriminated against Muslims or exceeded Trump's authority. Decision 5-4 is the first substantive ruling by the court on a Trump administration policy.
Roberts wrote that presidents have substantial power to regulate immigration. He also rejected the anti-Muslim claim of the challengers.
The Supreme Court has upheld President Donald Trump's ban on travel from several predominantly Muslim countries, rejecting a challenge that discriminated against Muslims or exceeded their authority.
Tuesday's 5-4 decision is the first substantive ruling by the court on a Trump administration policy.
Court Chairman John Roberts wrote the majority opinion, along with his four conservative colleagues.
Roberts wrote that presidents have substantial power to regulate immigration.
The court may have signaled its final approval in December, when the judges allowed the policy to take effect even as the court continued and the lower courts had ruled it out.
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