Supreme Court upholds Trump’s travel ban as judge orders immigrant families be reunited
President Trump on Tuesday touted a political victory after the Supreme Court upheld his travel ban. The ban restricts travel from several Muslim majority countries, as well as North Korea and Venezuela. The decision comes as a California judge orders separated migrant children reunite with parents within 30 days. NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker reports for TODAY.
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