Hats really should be off for Bob Ferguson, Washington's AG for masterminding this action. Reaching out to tech companies harmed by the Executive Order and having those companies immediately and aggressively rally around it really gave the courts the backing they needed.
The fake news journalists, who have been reporting on the Supreme Court for decades and know it well, today weighed in with reasonable doubt that the court will want to hear the case in the current political environment.
The reference a few reasons but the main one being that the ban is limited to 90 days so what's the point. But also the president's negative public remarks on 'so-called judge' isn't something they'll be excited to have extended to them. The Supreme Court doesn't want to rule on this.
But assuming they are forced to it is very likely to be a 4-4 vote at best which would leave the order not in force.
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Welcome to the checks and balances system, Trump. You would've known about it before if you actually read the Constitution before you took up politics as a hobby.
Drumpf: "A billionaire has no time to read such pieces of paper, pff."
Harry S. Truman (1884–1972):
When contemplating General Eisenhower winning the Presidential election, Truman said, “He’ll sit here, and he’ll say, ‘Do this! Do that!’ And nothing will happen. Poor Ike—it won’t be a bit like the Army. He’ll find it very frustrating.”
ATTRIBUTION: HARRY S. TRUMAN.—Richard E. Neustadt, Presidential Power, the Politics of Leadership, p. 9 (1960).
"Very bad" would it be in Trumpian language.