The court allowed Trump to deny Muslims entry into the United States

The U.S. Supreme court supported the ban of the American President Donald trump on the entry of citizens of six States in which a Muslim majority population. On Tuesday, December 5, reports BBC News. It is noted that this is the third version of the Directive, signed by the owner of the White house since taking office.

According to the decree of the President, 90 days suspended entry into the United States citizens of Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Sudan who have no family or business connections in the United States.

In the new version, the restriction is also arriving from North Korea and some members of the Venezuelan government.

Seven of the nine members of the Supreme court reversed the decision of the lower courts regarding the presidential decree. Judges of the lower courts had previously suspended the decree of the tramp, believing him to be anti-Muslim.

The fight against illegal migrants is one of the main election promises trump. January 25 this year, he signed a decree on the protection of state borders, involving the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico.

Two days later, the American leader has signed a decree to toughen immigration policy, which applies to citizens of several countries with a predominantly Muslim population.