>> Another legal showdown Monday over President Trump's revised temporary travel ban, targeting six predominately Muslim countries. The Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle, deciding whether to uphold an earlier ruling by a Hawaii judge that blocked parts of Trump's order. It's the same court that struck down Trump's first travel ban, prompting an angry response from the president.
Who has since mused about breaking up the court, which has jurisdiction over nine states. Trump's initial travel ban in January sparked chaos and protests at airports before the court stepped in. He issued a revised order in March aimed at overcoming the legal obstacles posed by the first. But the revised ban has run into trouble beyond Monday's hearing.
The Fourth US Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia is due to make its own ruling at any time. Ultimately, Trump's travel ban is likely to land in front of the US Supreme Court which once again, has nine justices and a conservative majority.