John Yoo

University of California, Berkeley

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John Yoo is a professor of law at the University of California at Berkeley. From 2001-2003 he served as deputy assistant attorney general during the George W. Bush Administration.

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President Trump’s travel ban suspended in courts  has been revised . There’s no mention of any religion, and many thousands of people can enter the US after all.

Trump's travel ban and the long-term agenda

President Trump’s travel ban suspended in courts has been revised . There’s no mention of any religion, and many thousands of people can enter the US after all.

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