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>> For some, it's to see relatives, others, just to go home. Whatever the reason, those affected by Donald Trump's travel ban are scrambling to enter the US while they can.>> Nobody said to me no, very good.>> I'm a doctor. I'm a US citizen. I believe that we are a productive part of the American society.
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>> The Department of Justice had appealed to have the ban restored immediately. But late Saturday night, that bid was rejected by a federal appeals court, in a further setback to the new president. His executive order to bar citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries and temporary block refugees was originally lifted on Friday by a judge in Washington state.
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That prompted this unprecedented attack by Trump on Twitter, saying the opinion of the so-called judge, as he termed him, was ridiculous and will be overturned.>> We are sending a message of love and peace.>> Demonstrators see the ruling as a victory for democracy. But they know it may not last long.
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>> I hope that there's nothing that's gonna happen that will make the ban come back. So, that's also why we're here today to try to make sure it stays this way.>> Government lawyers have until Monday to challenge it further. They said it poses an immediate risk to the public and questions the president's judgment on national security.
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But for now, the courts don't agree, creating what may be a brief but vital opportunity for those affected.