In another setback for President Donald Trump, a federal judge in Hawaii has further weakened his already diluted travel ban by vastly expanding the list of family relationships with U.S. citizens that visa applicants can use to get into the U.S.The Hawaii attorney general fighting President Donald Trump's travel ban is lauding a ruling by a federal judge that expands the list of relationships to U.S. citizens that are exempt from the ban.U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson ruled Thursday that President Donald Trump's travel ban can't be enforced against refugees who have assurance that an agency will receive the refugee and provide placement services.President Donald Trump's administration said a bona fide relationship would be a parent, spouse, fiance, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the U.S.A federal judge in Hawaii has expanded the Trump administration's list of family relationships needed by people seeking new visas from six mostly Muslim countries to avoid a travel ban.President Donald Trump's administration said a bona fide relationship would be a parent, spouse, fiance, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the U.S.Hawaii filed documents Wednesday saying it's cruel to enforce the ban against grandmothers and other relatives of U.S. citizens who were excluded from the government's definition.
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