Donald Trump's new travel ban suffers first legal setback

Donald Trump’s new travel ban has suffered its first legal setback after a federal judge blocked its enforcement against a Syrian family trying to flee the war in their own country.

A Syrian Muslim who has already escaped to Wisconsin and is seeking asylum for his wife and three-year-old daughter who remain in the war-torn country filed a lawsuit on Friday alleging that Mr Trump’s second ban was just as problematic as the first.

The man, who said he was tortured in Syria, called the new travel ban anti-Muslim and claimed it violated his right to due

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