He was reportedly a contender for the solicitor general job and since March has been said to be the top contender to lead the Department of Justice's civil division under Trump.
"These tweets may make some ppl feel better, but they certainly won't help OSG [Office of the Solicitor General] get 5 votes in SCOTUS, which is what actually matters".
Critics of President Donald Trump's stalled travel ban say he may have undercut the government's defense of the measure when he bashed the Justice Department for asking the Supreme Court to review a "watered-down" version of the ban.
From outside the White House, however, the response to the tweets was unanimous from all points along the legal spectrum: Trump is not helping himself, and, to the contrary, he is making defending the executive order more and more hard.
On CNN, Gorka said he finds it really disappointing to hear mainstream media "obsess" about Trump's tweets.
Jadwat concluded with what amounted to, more or less, the mirror image of the concern Conway expressed about Trump's tweets. The original order indefinitely blocked the admittance of Syrian refugees and included Iraqis on the list of nationalities that are temporarily barred from entering the U.S.
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The console was too expensive, but things turned around when more games were available to play and the price dropped. Wherein, several gaming enthusiasts have managed to take a screenshot of the Turkish PlayStation Twitter post.
"I am profoundly grateful to the President and to the Attorney General for selecting me to serve in the Department of Justice".
One of the reasons the court held up the order was because Trump regularly called for a ban on Muslims during the campaign, which would be a violation of the First Amendment.
White House aides, facing a week focused on Thursday's testimony of former FBI Director James Comey, told reporters over the weekend that President Donald Trump would spend his time focusing on a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
The ban is now headed to the Supreme Court, where those suing are expected to file legal briefs next week.
Trump says the Justice Department should ask for an "expedited hearing" on the second ban and "seek much tougher version!"
"Here is what he's doing as president of the United States and commander-in-chief: He's standing firm because an attack on London is an attack on American values also".