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At the Supreme Court, Trump’s tweets under scrutiny in travel ban hearing

At the Supreme Court, Trump’s tweets under scrutiny in travel ban hearing

WASHINGTON — Should campaign statements made by a presidential candidate be considered relevant to actions taken once that person is in office?

That was one of the key questions facing the Supreme Court on Wednesday, as justices heard oral arguments in the highly anticipated case concerning President Trump’s travel ban, which primarily affects citizens of Muslim-majority nations.

Appearing first in support of keeping the ban in place, Solicitor General Noel Francisco argued for treating campaigning and governing as unrelated.</p>
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