Transcript for Trump administration weighs options for travel ban
The white house also expected to make a big move on that travel ban. President trump's team looking at new options after a federal court put it on hold. ABC's senior white hse correspondent Cecilia Vega has more on all that. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. The white house says it's exploring all options and a possible appeal to the supreme court challenges to lower courts even a new executive order. Aides tell us everything is on the table. On air force one this weekend, the president sounding confident about what comes next. You also talk about -- The unfortunate part is it takes time but we have a lot of options including filing a brand new order. Reporter: That new order is in the works, ABC news is told and is related to terror and expected to address some of the concerns raised by the three-judge Pam that last week ruled against reinstating the president's travel ban. The white house aide responsible for the policy, Stephen Miller, on "This week" echoing the president's tough talk. A district judge in Seattle cannot force the president of the United States to change the laws and our constitution because of their own personal views. Reporter: Miller also echoing his boss' false claim of voter fraud. I can tell you this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who worked in New Hampshire politics. Hold on a second. You just claimed again that there was illegal voting in new Hampshire, people bused in from the state of Massachusetts. Do you have any evidence about that? George, go to New Hampshire. Talk to anybody who has worked in politics there for a long time. Everybody is aware of the problem in New Hampshire. Just for the record you have provided absolutely no evidence. The president's made a statement -- The white house provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud relationship T the -- Reporter: The backlash swift. Jeanne Shaheen tweeting Stephen Miller has no evidence of voter fraud and the head of the party calling it delusional. And the president had promised an executive order on voter fraud. We've been told not to expect that any time soon. Now, today Canada's Justin Trudeau will visit the white house. He has been openly critical of the president's travel ban, George, that could set the stage for pretty tense discussions here today. Cecilia, thanks very much.
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