Julia Ainsley

Reuters

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Julia Ainsley is a justice correspondent for Reuters, covering counterterrorism, immigration and criminal justice.

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President Trump today signed  Take Two of his travel ban  — designed to satisfy the objections of federal courts to the first version.

Trump signs new travel ban order

President Trump today signed Take Two of his travel ban — designed to satisfy the objections of federal courts to the first version.

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