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The Wall Street Journal: Justice Department won’t defend Trump’s travel ban, for now

The acting attorney general on Monday ordered Justice Department lawyers not to defend President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from seven majority Muslim countries — a remarkable move that will likely lead to a showdown between the incoming Republican White House and the holdover appointee from the Obama administration.

The decision by Sally Yates, who became the acting head of the Justice Department when her boss, Loretta Lynch, stepped down as attorney general this month, is likely to provoke an intense albeit short-lived confrontation with the Trump administration.

Americans React to President Trump’s Travel Ban

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WSJ took to the streets on Monday to ask Americans their thoughts on President Donald Trump’s executive order that restricts travel by people from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

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