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Trump seeks to end legal fight with revised travel ban

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News video: Trump seeks to end legal fight with revised travel banThe Trump administration stated today that it will soon issue a replacement for the controversial travel ban currently being blocked by U.S. federal courts. The new executive order will likely focus more narrowly on people who have never entered the U.S.

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