US: Trump calls for 'careful' border checks after travel ban setback
Feb.6, Washington: US President Donald Trump says he has told border officials to check people entering America "very carefully", as his travel ban remains suspended.
He said the courts were "making the job very difficult", and should take the blame if something happened. The federal appeals court on Saturday rejected the Trump administration's request to reinstate the ban.
The ban, affecting people from seven mainly-Muslim countries, was blocked by a federal judge on Friday.
This means that Mr Trump's directive will remain suspended and visa holders Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen will be allowed to enter the US until the full case has been heard.
The White House and two US states challenging the ban have been given a deadline of Monday to present more arguments.
The Oslo Times International News Network