washington - The US Supreme Court has given President Donald Trump a victory on Monday by determining that his last entry ban can be fully implemented. This means that people from six predominantly Muslim countries can be banned, even if legal opposition against them continues at lower courts.
The Supreme Court, with seven against two votes, responded to the request of the government to revoke the ruling of lower judges. They had partially blocked Trump's spell. It was his third version of a controversial policy plan, which he presented a week after his entry into the White House.