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Texas becomes first US state to back Donald Trump's travel ban

WorldNews Friday, 17 February 2017
Texas becomes first US state to back Donald Trump's travel banHouston: Texas has become the first US state to support President Donald Trump's travel ban on travellers from seven Muslim-majority nations, defending his controversial executive order as a move to protect America. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief with the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday...
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President Donald Trump made comments Wednesday at an event with law enforcement officials regarding the judges weighing his controversial travel ban. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

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