Trump’s Big Immigration Win: Here Is How The Justices Voted

Trump got a major win at the Supreme Court on immigration on Wednesday as the court sided with him in a major immigration reform case. This case should have been an easy win for the Trump administration, and for the most part it was, more challenges are sure to come though. 

The case lifted the nationwide injunction and the injunction within the 9th circuit  on Trump’s asylum policy that requires a migrant to seek asylum in the first “safe” country they enter. If this requirement is not met, they cannot seek asylum in the United States.

The injunction was lifted and allows complete enforcement of the rule while the challenges to it work through the court process.

The court handed Trump a 7-2 victory, this means that some liberal justices sided with the Trump administration. Here are the Justices and how they voted:




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