President Trump's revised version of his previous Executive Order, which prohibited immigrants from Muslim countries from entering the United States, is still illegal. While the revised ban exempts citizens from only six countries instead of seven as well as those who have green cards and travel visas, among other significant changes, it still bans only Muslims, which violates the US Constitution, writes Arhana Khera and Johnathan Smith in the New York Times.
The new, revised version of President Trump's Executive Order is more narrowly tailored to stand up in a court of law. The administration has worked consciously to 'judgeproof' the new Executive Order, writes Dara Lind in Vox. Among the more streamlined changes, including temporary changes, which will all most likely answer legal questioning, are that the new ban only applies to people who have never before been admitted into the USA.