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] President Trump preparing for the first of several key legal battles, Monday, over his temporary travel ban. Which could determine whether he can push through the most controversial and far reaching policy of his first two weeks in office. Reuters correspondent, Dustin Volz, is covering the story.
>> The Travel Administration has until 3PM Pacific Time to submit new filings to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals out in San Francisco. Essentially, what the Travel Administration needs to do is show their case about why this travel ban is necessary. To provide more evidence about why they're doing it, the just cause for it.
And to explain that it was done in a way that they feel is legal. And in no way discriminatory, as many of the critics of the ban have alleged.>> Trump broadened his attacks on Judge James Robart who blocked Trump's executive order. And then he took aim on the wider court system, which he blames for halting his efforts to restrict immigration.
A central promise of his presidential campaign.>> This is an escalation of fights between Trump and the courts. That is really sort of remarkable given that Trump has been in Office barely more than two weeks now. And it's already calling into question whether or not he's going to continue to wage battles with the judiciary system for the next four years of his term in office.