Saturday marks the one-year anniversary of the first implementation of President Donald J. Trump’s Muslim ban. Since then, the Trump administration has attempted three versions of the ban – all to exclude people for their religious beliefs.
Surely if a temporary ban on immigration by Muslims violates the Constitution, an indefinite ban should too. That’s exactly what Judge Theodore D. Chuang found in IAAB v.
The Trump Administration apparently will include one less person dragging the baggage of legal entanglements and concerning views on religious freedom: Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. over the weekend announced he won’t join President Donald J. Trump’s Department of Homeland Security after all.