A.M. Links: Federal Judge in Hawaii Issues Nationwide Injunction Against Trump's Immigration Order, North Carolina Lawmakers Expected to Repeal Transgender Bathroom Law, Trump's Approval Ratings Hit New Low
A federal judge in Hawaii has issued a nationwide preliminary injunction blocking the federal government from enforcing President Donald Trump's revised executive order banning travelers from six Muslim-majority countries.
- North Carolina lawmakers are expected to announce legislation repealing the state's transgender bathroom law.
- President Trump will host Chinese President Xi Jinping in Palm Beach, Florida, next week.
- "Senate Democratic leaders are giving centrist colleagues space on Neil Gorsuch despite strong pressure from the liberal base to sink President Trump's Supreme Court nominee."
- According to Gallup, President Trump's approval ratings have hit a new low of 35 percent.
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