While the matter is certainly not over, Sanders said this was a significant moment for the current United States administration.
He said the decision to reject his complaint was political, and that this would be proven when his administration takes this matter to the United States Supreme Court.
The Appeals Court ruled unanimously in against reinstating the ban, pending the outcome of a current lawsuit over the policy adopted by the Trump White House.
Pence said the Judge was well within his rights to issue that order, but added this did not mean it would go unchallenged – through legal means.
He is also convinced that many within the Democratic caucus are actually prepared to work together with Republicans in this pursuit.
Trump is due to be sworn in as the next President of the United States later this month, but it has become increasingly apparent to those in the Republican Party that there are many in the media who haven’t quit accepted the election result.
Real Estate Mogul Donald Trump delivered another swashing blow in the race to the White House on Tuesday, as he picked up three commanding victories in five outings. Trump beat Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in Illinois, North Carolina and Florida – the Florida victory was particularly significant because it effectively ended the campaign of…