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Supreme Court will review Trump's travel ban




Chief Justice John Roberts (second from right) and Justice Neil Gorsuch (center) walk down the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on June 15. The court is wrapping up its term, with a handful of consequential cases decided on Monday.
Chief Justice John Roberts (second from right) and Justice Neil Gorsuch (center) walk down the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on June 15. The court is wrapping up its term, with a handful of consequential cases decided on Monday.
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The Supreme Court announced today it will review the legality of President Trump's travel ban.

The executive order would have limited travel from six mostly-Muslim countries for 90 days, and suspended America's refugee program for 120 days.

But earlier this year, two federal appeals courts prevent it from taking effect for different reasons.

UCLA law professor Adam Winkler joined Take Two to explain what the justices will be reviewing.

Listen the full interview using the audio player above.