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San Francisco: Campaign Speech and Bar Muslims

san francisco: The ruling cited Trump's 2015 campaign speech in which he characterized Mexican immigrants as drug dealers and rapists, his call to bar Muslims from entering the United States and his vulgar reference to African countries during a meeting about immigration at the White House in January, according to Vancouver Courier. It's the latest case in which judges have cited Trump's own comments to rule against his immigration policies. U.S. District Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco granted a request for a preliminary injunction against the administration's decision to discontinue temporary protected status for people from Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti and El Salvador.article continues below Trending Stories Realtor played 'shell game' in hopes of 1.8M commission on Burnaby lowrise sale judge Vancouver's Doolin's Pub, Belmont Bar, Comfort Inn closing this month for boutique hotel redevelopme Vancouver weather Temperatures dip to record low Vancouver gang task force delivers major blow to organized crime The judge said there is evidence that President Trump harbours an animus against non-white, non-European aliens which influenced his ... decision to end the TPS designation. His words have been turned against him in lawsuits over decisions to separate families at the border, end legal protections for young immigrants and ban people from some Muslim-majority countries. About 300,000 people have received those protections. Temporary protected status is granted to countries ravaged by natural disasters or war and lets citizens of those countries remain in the U.S. until the situation improves back home. ( As reported in the news.