Writing for the conservative majority that included Gorsuch, Chief Justice John Roberts downplayed Trump's repeated calls for a Muslim ban and said, "we must consider not only the statements of a particular President, but also the authority of the Presidency itself".
Roberts emphasized that the text of the challenged presidential Proclamation is neutral with respect to religion, and "has a legitimate grounding in national security concerns, quite apart from any religious hostility".
Under the so-called "travel ban", issued in September after two earlier orders were blocked by courts, citizens of five Muslim countries Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen as well as North Koreans and some individuals linked to the Venezuelan government - are barred from traveling to the United States.
Trump's order bans travel to the US from the nations of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela. It originally included travelers from Chad, but those restrictions were lifted in April after the USA determined that Chadian officials had "sufficiently improved" the country's performance on passport and border controls.
Marie Harf said President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban affecting several Muslim-majority countries may be legal, but it's not good policy.
Trump said the ruling follows 'months of hysterical commentary from the media and Democratic politicians who refuse to do what it takes to secure our border and our country'.
Supreme Court reaches decision on the Trump administration's travel ban. Justice Roberts actually sidestepped the question about whether this was largely motivated by anti-Muslim animus as telegraphed by the president during his campaign when he called for an outright ban on Muslim.
The travel ban has been fully in place since the court declined to block it in December.
INSKEEP: Total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States is the way the president phrased it then.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor read a dissent aloud in court, which stated that the court failed to uphold the religious liberty guaranteed by the first amendment. Trump said in a White House statement. Washington state successfully defeated the Trump Administration's original travel ban.
"We just have to know who's coming here", he said.
The Court ruled that the law violated the free speech rights of Christian facilities. Harf asked on "America's Newsroom", pointing out that more Americans have been killed by terrorist attacks perpetrated by Saudis than other countries on the list.
The decision caps decades of work by the company to gain approval in the US for a medicine derived from the cannabis plant. A new drug derived from marijuana just became the first of its kind to get the green light from the U.S. government.
Southgate has rejected reports that notes from a training session revealed his starting XI for Sunday's clash with Panama. Midfielder Dele Alli hurt his thigh against Tunisia and appears set to be replaced by Ruben Loftus-Cheek against Panama.
Trade Representative on Friday released a list of almost 900 Chinese imports that will face a 25 percent tariff starting July 6 . The tariffs will also be applied to autos and aquatic products, the ministry said.
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Neymar has sparked concern in Brazil after he was seen limping out of training ahead the side's World Cup clash with Costa Rica . But they have not beaten Germany in three attempts at various World Cups.
It played at the ODI World Cup for the first time in 2015 and has already qualified for next year's championship in England . India will field an under-strength side in the one-off test as they have one eye fixed on the long worldwide schedule ahead.
Portugal stepped up the tempo after the restart and were rewarded when Uruguay were caught napping by a short corner. And although Uruguay finally conceded a goal , it was the first this year in the team's seventh match.
Indeed, Argentinian journalist Fernando Niembro has even accused the captain of taking over squad selection duties from Sampaoli. The standout last-16 tie on paper pits France against Messi and Argentina, two teams who laboured through the group stage.
A clothing company sold out of their charitable "I really care" jacket, which they created in response to the Melania controversy. Trump said she wanted to learn more about how these children can be reunited with their parents "as quickly as possible".
With beachgoers are flocking to the Shore this holiday weekend, forecasters urge caution to prevent heat exhaustion . Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an air quality index value of 100 for ozone.
The United States attempted to reform the council for more than a year, Pompeo and Haley said . The ambassador said that America will now pursue human rights work outside the council.
Croatia v Denmark 01 July 2018
Croatia was given a penalty kick after Ante Rebic was taken down with a wide open goal in front of him. "I was nine-years-old. A Denmark clearance attempt from its own area bounced off a defender , right into the path of Mario Mandzukic .
Why England Might Be Better Off Losing Their Final Game
They face the unsafe Colombia and will meet the victor of Sweden against Switzerland in the last eight if they come through. Lukaku has been in superb form so far in Russian Federation , scoring a brace in each of the wins over Panama and Tunisia.
Deadly Shooting Reported At Capital Gazette Newsroom In Maryland
Anne Arundel County Acting Chief William Krampf said that the gunman's intention was to cause harm and it was "targeted shooting". Renee Mutchnik, a spokeswoman for the Sun , said "we believe there are some injuries" but she did not immediately know how many.
Erdogan declares victory in Turkish presidential poll
The CHP's presidential candidate Ince also accused election reports from the Anadolu Agency of "manipulation". More than 110,000 government workers have also been dismissed under a state of emergency after the coup.
Estimated 230,000 gallons of oil spilled
Drone footage released by authorities in Iowa shows oil spreading across flooded fields following a devastating train derailment. Officials on the scene aren't sure whether floodwater from the swollen Little Rock River caused the cars to leave the tracks.
Nigeria, S-Arabia, others disagree over oil supply
Iran is usually not part of the committee, which includes Russia, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Algeria and Venezuela. Oil prices surged almost 75 percent, touching $80 a barrel, after OPEC and allies agreed to cut production in late 2016.
Summer solstice 2018: The longest day in pictures
The summer solstice in the southern hemisphere will occur on December 21, which is the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere. The summer solstice festival dates back thousands of years and is one of the most important dates in the pagan calendar.
WC FIFA 2018: Sweden wins against South Korea by VAR penalty
Kim had tripped Claesson , though, and the converted penalty was enough to give Sweden its first World Cup victory since 2006. It wasn't a flowing performance from Sweden , but securing the win will come as a huge relief to Andersson and his team.
Spain's Valencia to welcome migrants in days
Medicins Sans Frontiers said: "This plan would mean to people already exhausted to spend four more days on the sea". MSF called for a swift end to the crisis and a safe port in which to disembark the migrants .