President Trump’s first Supreme Court nominee and two other conservative justices said they would’ve supported a full implementation of the controversial travel ban. Justice Neil Gorsuch, who was confirmed in April, along with Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, also agreed that the lower court orders blocking Trump’s travel ban are “likely” to be reversed....
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