The President has once again tweeted approval of a critical article that he appears not to have read.
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Michael Flynn’s phone calls and new revelations from the Steele dossier raise questions about Russian influence. An appeals court puts the brakes on Donald Trump’s immigrant and refugee ban.
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If the Trump White House is so incompetent that it is citing my work by accident, how on earth can we trust it to handle North Korea?
Eventually, the courts have to confront the clash between a broad delegation of power to the President over refugees and the incompetent malevolence with which this order was promulgated.
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