Trump’s friends could be deposed over Muslim ban, AG warns


US President Donald Trump’s ban on nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries could pave the way for the judiciary to depose officials working for the administration, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

Ferguson said Sunday that he would depose Trump administration officials to find out “what truly motivated” his executive border on immigration if the case he brought against it goes to trial.

Rumor has it that Steve Bannon, his chief strategist with links to racism and white supremacy, has played a key role in the order and generally has a great amount of influence in all presidential matters.

Speaking on ABC’s “This Week,” Ferguson vowed to use “every tool” to shed light on inner workings of a ban on a certain religion in the United States.

Shortly after his grip on power on January 20, Trump issued an executive order to impose a 90-day entry ban on citizens from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia, block refugees from…

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