August 26, 2021
By Brianna Lyman
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced late Tuesday night that the agency has appealed the Supreme Court’s decision to reinstate former President Donald Trump’s so-called ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy.
“The Department of Homeland Security respectfully disagrees with the district court’s decision and regrets that the Supreme Court declined to issue a stay,” the press release read. “DHS has appealed the district court’s order and will continue to vigorously challenge it. As the appeal process continues, however, DHS will comply with the order in good faith.”
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