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>> The Trump administration reversing a decision in it's controversial travel ban, now, saying fiances will be considered close family members and therefore, allowed to travel to the United States. The White House had previously decided that fiances travelling from six Middle Eastern and African nations be barred from obtaining visas for the next 90 days.
The ban going into effect Thursday night along with the 120 day ban on all refugees. Earlier this week, the Supreme Court handed Trump a partial win, reviving elements of his travel ban on people from the six Muslim majority countries, narrowing the scope of lower court rulings that had blocked parts of Trump's Executive Order.
The Supreme Court is saying, those with the court bona fide relationship with someone in the United States would be allowed to enter the country. But the Trump administration is saying that doesn't include grandparents or grandchildren, which has sparked outrage among rights activists.>> I mean, this administration is redefining what a family is.
>> The State of Hawaii asking the US District Judge in Honolulu, who blocked Trump's travel ban in March, to determine whether the White House has interpreted the court's decision too narrowly, and to issue an order "as soon as possible."