Vắn tắt, ý chính là :
1) T không tiếp tục chống án lên tới TCPV, BỞI VÌ ĐÃ CÓ KẾ HOẠCH KHÁC. (Nên nhớ: T là người rất kiên cường. Trong một cuốn sách đã xuất bản, T viết: "Thích những vụ gay go, càng gay go càng thích!")
2) Soạn sẵn bản thứ hai, những nét chinh yếu vẫn giữ nhưng sẽ được diễn tả dưới hình thức khác. Lý do, ông cần ‘tốc độ”, làm nhanh . Sự trì hoan sẽ có hậu quả xấu ( vd: nhân cơ hội tranh tối tranh sáng, nhóm khủng bố quá khích sẽ len lỏi vào Mỹ..)
3) NHƯNG RỐT CUỘC, TRUMPT HỨA VẪN SẼ THÚC ĐẨY ĐỂ CUỘC ĐẤU TRANH PHÁP LÝ SẼ ĐI ĐẾN THÀNH CÔNG
Trump not planning to appeal travel ban ruling to Supreme Court
By Jordan Fabian and Ben Kamisar – 02/10/17 05:11 PM EST
The Trump administration is not planning to appeal a temporary hold on the president’s travel ban to the Supreme Court, a White House official said Friday.
But the White House said it will forge ahead on the broader battle against a lawsuit challenging the executive order.
The administration plans to continue defending the substance of the order, which is playing out in a Seattle-based federal district court, the official said. ( KHÔNG CHỐNG ÁN, NHƯNG VẪN MUỐN GIỮ NGUYÊN CÁI TINH THẦN CỦA SẮC LỆNH NÀY QUA MỘT SẮC LỆNH KHÁC)
Trump later told reporters aboard Air Force One that he would likely wait until next week to respond with legal action. “Perhaps Monday or Tuesday," he said.
Trump faced a setback Thursday before a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which denied an emergency request to reinstate his executive order temporarily banning people from seven mainly Muslim nations and refugees from entering the U.S.
The temporary restraining order, issued by District Judge James Robart, keeps the executive order on hold while a lawsuit brought by Washington and Minnesota makes its way through the court system.
Trump pledged he would move ahead with that legal fight and predicted he would ultimately prevail.
“In addition, we will continue to go through the court process and ultimately, I have no doubt we will win that particular case,” he said Friday at a news conference.
But while his travel ban is held up in court, Trump said he is considering ordering his staff to draft a new executive order that will have an easier time clearing legal hurdles.
“We also have a lot of other options, including just filing a brand new order,” he told reporters on the presidential aircraft.
Trump earlier Friday hinted a new order could be in the works, but he declined to detail what it would look like.
He indicated that no final decision has been made to write a new order or make tweaks to the existing one.
“It very well could be,” when asked if he will issue a new order. “We need speed for reasons of security, so it very well could be."
The president indicated any new action would stick by his core principle that refugees and travelers from countries considered terror threats should be subject to “extreme vetting.”
"New security measures,” he said when asked about potential revisions. “We have very, very strong vetting. I call it extreme vetting and we’re going very strong on security. We are going to have people coming to our country that want to be here for good reason."