Donald Trump Didn't Like That the Judges Halted the Travel Ban, Here's What he Did to Enforce It.

DonaldTrump on Monday released a revised travel ban prohibiting the 6 Muslim states from entering the United States Of America. The travel ban is in such a way that people seeking
new visas to America will not get it.
The revised travel ban was made but cause of the controversy generated by its predecessor on 27th January, 2017. Apart from the riots that followed that previous executive order, the judges on observing it for the second time found some legal and constitutional challenges. However, political critics are preparing seriously to challenge the new travel ban.
The revised travel ban intends to change the the negative statements made about religious minorities and refugee settlements.  This move was seen by some critics to be a defense against some political discussions suggesting that the law was made specifically to oppress some religions.
The revised executive order on travel retained some exceptions made specifically for lawful residents of America from the restricted countries.
The new order removed Iraq from the list of restricted countries. And unlike the original travel ban which was put into effect immediately, it is going to slowly implemented and as a result might be subject to change as time goes on.
Apart from the above, another striking differences worthy of note between the original and revised travel ban were that Trump signed the executive order away from Camera and the press unlike before and it was the Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson that pronounced it. He ensured that he drove home the point that the law was made to protect the United States citizens from terrorist countries.
“With this order, President Trump is exercising his rightful authority to keep our people safe,” Tillerson said.
“As threats to our security continue to evolve and change, common sense dictates that we continue to reevaluate and reassess the systems that we rely upon to protect our country.”
The new travel ban denies entrance to 6 of the 11 countries originally stated in the first version of the travel ban. The restricted countries include Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and Libya – for a period of 90 days. Iran was removed from the list on the grounds of recognition of the role they played in fighting terrorism in America.
“Iraq is an important ally in the fight to defeat Isis,” Tillerson said Monday.
It also maintains a 50,000 annual cap on America’s refugee intake, which more than halved president Obama’s pledge to resettle 110,000 refugees in 2017.
These changes and more made to the travel ban was a clear sign that the original executive order of Trump was unplanned and unchecked against the constitution. It was evident in the way that it had generated controversy to the extent that the Judges of the federation had to halt its operation after the ninth day of its proclamation. It was during this controversy, that it was discovered that the original order had been crafted by Trump's 31 year old speech writer alone without consulting any agency that might be concerned.
Bob Ferguson, the Washington state attorney general who contributed immensely towards the elimination of the original travel ban said that he is currently reviewing the revised executive order to discover its negative effects on the common citizens.