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Supreme Court Eases Path to Deportation for Crimes in Major Victory for Trump


The Supreme Court just made it easier for federal authorities to deport immigrants who have committed crimes in the United States.

The 5-4 ruling comes as a major victory for the Trump administration, which has focused on restoring law and order in the country.

The ruling upholds a lower court’s decision to rule that Andre Martello Barton could not have his deportation orders canceled.

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Barton made the appeal to have his deportation canceled based on a long-time U.S. law that allows some longtime legal residents to avoid expulsion.

However, Because Barton has a criminal conviction, his request was invalidated and deportation is on the table.

The hardline stance on legal and illegal immigration ensures that people come into the country based on merit and pose no threat to those living here legally.

More details on this groundbreak case below:



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