Judge questions use of Trump rhetoric in travel-ban ruling

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(WASHINGTON TIMES) — A federal judge who’d ruled President Trump’s previous travel ban illegal seemed more sympathetic to the latest version in a hearing Monday, casting doubt on whether the president’s opponents can continue to use his campaign rhetoric about Muslims to besmirch everything he does at this point.

Judge Theodore Chuang, an Obama appointee to the bench sitting in Maryland, begged anti-Trump lawyers to tell him how long the stigma from then-candidate Trump’s “Muslim ban” proposal should last, and was disappointed when they were unable to set a time limit.

“They haven’t given me a line,” the judge said.

Source:: World Net Daily – World

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