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Charlotte, NC – In a 7-2 ruling, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that some asylum seekers can be deported without a federal hearing. If the asylum seeker fails their initial screening, they will be put in line for expedited removal according to the motion by the Trump administration. This was first reported by the Associated Press.
The ruling comes after the administration made changes to asylum rules on Monday, making it much more difficult to get asylum. While the left has attacked the moves, many on the right have praised them as taking a step towards protecting Americans.
President Trump has made addressing immigration a focus of his administration. He has said he favors legal immigration, but that the process must be followed. Many on the left have argued for more open borders allowing almost free access to the US for those who desire. This ruling is seen as a big win for the Trump administration.
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