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Donald Trump’s chief speech writer and Senior White House Adviser, Stephen Miller, says the appeal court has overstepped its authority halting Donald Trump’s immigration ban, adding the powers of Trump as President must be “confirmed”, and Trump’s administration will do everything within it’s power to ensure the ban is upheld one way or the other.

Three Judges have blocked Trump’s ban banning immigrants from 7 Muslim dominated countries while an appeal Trump’s government to lift the ban was denied an appeal court last week, but Miller, 31, one of Trump’s trusted team member and the main person behind Trump’s immigration ban says the court system should not be able to question the president’s powers especially since Trump’s aim is to help protect the U.S.

Miller speaking to Fox News, said: “The three judges made a broad, over-reaching statement.
“The president’s powers here are beyond question. … Something good is going to come out of this.
“The powers of the president will be confirmed.”
‘The laws were also reviewed lawyers and federal agency officials.’
“We have a judiciary that has taken far too much power and become in many cases a supreme branch of government.
“Our opponents, the media and the whole world will soon see as we begin to take further actions, that the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned.”
Source: L.Ikeji, CNN

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