The three-judge panel examining President Donald Trump's recent immigration order will not issue a ruling Wednesday, it was reported.
According to Politico, the judges in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will provide 60 to 90 minutes of notice before they issue a decision on the case. That will not come Wednesday, meaning the Trump administration will have to wait at least one more day to learn the future of its executive order.
The judges in the case heard oral arguments Tuesday.
Trump signed an order Jan. 27 that put a temporary halt on people coming to the United States from seven countries with a terror presence — Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. The order also halted the refugee program from those nations for 120 days and the Syrian refugee program indefinitely.
Critics have called it a ban on Muslims, but supporters said Trump had national security in mind when he signed the directive.
Trump said Tuesday his immigration order might eventually reach the Supreme Court.
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