In March, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued a nationwide temporary restraining order to Trump's travel ban, and then extended the order, prompting the president to file an appeal.
In an interview with a conservative radio host Mark Levin on Wednesday, Sessions argued that he was in dismay that the Hawaii judge had the power to halt the president's apparent constitutional authority.
Session's comment was clarified by Ian Prior, a spokesman for the Justice Department and he told CNN: "Hawaii is, in fact, an island in the Pacific - a attractive one where the attorney general's granddaughter was born".
Another Hawaii federal senator Brian Schatz slammed Sessions' remark on Twitter as well, saying that "Mr. Attorney General: You voted for that judge". "Hawaii is, in fact, an island in the Pacific - a attractive one where the Attorney General's granddaughter was born", a spokesman told the network.
Sharapova back in business, like it or not
Sharapova's initial two-year ban was reduced to 15 months following an appeal to the court of arbitration for sport, which concluded she had not meant to cheat.
Judge Watson, at the state of Hawaii's request, prevented the federal government from suspending new visas for people from six Muslim-majority countries and from suspending the U.S.' refugee program. "It's my home. Have some respect".
Sessions, himself a former US senator from a "state in the south", - also known as Alabama - has yet to clarify his comments, but they rubbed Hirono the wrong way and on Thursday she fired back on Twitter.
After another federal court contemptuously stuffed another version of President Trump's Muslim ban in the trash last month, you might think that attorney general and inveterate dystopian Jeff Sessions would move on to implementing other aspects of his immigrant-loathing, drug-fearing, minority-vote-suppressing agenda, but no!
On Thursday evening, the spokesperson of the Justice Department Ian Prior tried to clarified Sessions' statement.
'Jurassic World 2' Is Scarier & 'Really Unexpected,' Chris Pratt Reveals
Trevorrow himself playfully responded to the theory, "I'm not sure I want to answer because the speculation is so much fun". Bayona, 41. "If you haven't seen " The Impossible " or 'A Monster Calls , ' I mean he's really visually masterful".
Attorney General Jeff Sessions arrives for a meeting with the Organised Crime Council and Organised Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force Executive Committee in Washington, DC, US April 18, 2017. Our Constitution created a separation of powers in the United States for a reason.
I believe it is constitutionally sound. Frankly, given the amount of tourism to Hawaii, if we're deciding which judges are and aren't "qualified" to rule on a travel ban, a judge in Oahu may be better suited than a judge in, say, Nebraska.
"Judges don't get to psychoanalyze the president and see if the law, the order he's issued is lawful".
Photo of Earth From Saturn Rings
They want to have the first-ever sampling of the atmosphere of Saturn and the particles that come from the main rings. This five-month-long farewell tour is perhaps the most dramatic and heart-wrenching of Cassini's missions.