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Trump Bragged About The Supreme Court's Muslim Ban Decision, And Twitter Fired Back

By Alan Jude Ryland

President Donald Trump took to Twitter to hail the Supreme Court's decision to uphold part of his hotly contested travel ban.

The court decreed that the travel ban could not be imposed on anyone who had “a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.” Those with a "bona fide relationship" include individuals seeking to enter the United States to visit a relative, accept a job, attend a university or deliver a speech. 

The court plans to hear the case for the ban in the fall, signaling a potentially harsh legal battle over the scope of the president's power over the nation's borders.