As you might know, President Trump (say it again: PRESIDENT TRUMP!!) amended and re-issued the temporary travel ban affecting six countries. The original Order specified seven countries; Iraq was removed from the new order.
Hawaii, of all places, intends to file a legal challenge:
The state of Hawaii will ask a federal judge to block President Trump’s revised executive order barring the issuance of new visas to citizens of six Muslim-majority countries, according to a court filing.
The action — which lawyers for the state hope to file Wednesday in Hawaii — would mark the first formal legal challenge to the order, which the president signed Monday. Hawaii also sued over Trump’s first travel ban, and lawyers for the state told a judge in a court filing that they want to resume that litigation to ask for a temporary restraining order on the new directive.
You needn’t worry about this, because the GOP-infiltrated North Koreans have the solution:
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced in January during his New Year’s address that Pyongyang had “entered the final stage of preparations to test-launch” an ICBM that could reach parts of the United States.
The obvious inference here is that Republicans with spines are sent to Pyongyang. Who knew?