Supreme Court allows parts of Trump's travel ban

"The View" co-hosts discuss the implications of the court's allowing parts of the ban to go into effect until it hears the case.
3:42 | 06/26/17

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So right before we went on air the supreme court announced they will let the travel ban on six Middle Eastern countries go into effect and will allow travelers with green cards and Visas to enter the U.S. But will forbid all refugees unless they can prove that they have some connection here. You know, that's the point I would like to talk about because it says that the court limited the order's impact on foreigners with clear ties to individuals in the United States. Identified relationship with the United States. Bonafibonafide. Yes. They each had a connection to someone in the U.S. And the Manchester bomber also was -- his brother was also a terrorist. I don't know that that's going to work either. Though this was held up and then -- This is no surprise for me because I think what you're going to find is that my opinion is that the supreme court is going to uphold the president's authority to in the interest of national security to say anyone from anywhere hold on, you can't come in and the reason is I've been saying for a long time is that the vetting process in these six countries is problemat problematic. You have that on record from the former administration. He said if I want to protect the national security of this nation I as the commander in chief can say you cannot come in until this is fixed. A two-year vetting process in place already. That's not true. That is true. That's not true. Specifically from countries like Syria where they don't have paper records or anything at all. That's right. And also, we don't have the most -- Vetting process in the world here in the United States. That is the truth. But that being said -- it's the truth. It's not true. Yes, it is. That being said, I would not presume to say or know what the supreme court is going to do. But this certainly sounds like a partial victory for the administration and I also think though that it is a very narrow victory. Because what is going to happen is in 72 hours we're going to see a lot of litigation over what a bonafide connection to the United States is. That's true. That's going to be the hardest. We all need to take a breath, the country needs to take a breath and let the lawyers handle it. I wonder if trump will consider it a victory. He called it watered down and politically correct. This is not a good enough one. I wonder if he'll claim -- Very, very narrow victory. His dividend on Gorsuch is kicking in already. There was no defense. In this instance not one person -- What's happening here is they're saying we're going to come back and visit this in its entirety. But right now we're going to let you do this. Uh-huh. We're going to let you do this. And the sad thing for me about all of this is, you know, this is what they did to the Irish, this is what they did to the Italia Italians, this is what they did to the Spanish, the Chinese all out of fear. So (202) 628-0184 we have breaking news to bring you right now. The jury in the trial of Michael Maccarthy has reached a verdict. Michael Maccarthy accused in the murder of two why oh Bella bond --2 year old, Bella bond. The Reddick may lead to some emotions in the gallery but telling everyone to remain calm.

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