Trump chides Justice for not appealing SCOTUS ruling in Arizona Dreamer drivers case

By Louis Nelson | POLTICO

President Donald Trump on Wednesday criticized his Department of Justice for not pushing the Supreme Court to hear an appeal brought by the state of Arizona, which was seeking to overturn a judge’s ruling that it must issue driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants who registered with the DACA program.

Without commenting, the Supreme Court on Monday opted against hearing Arizona’s appeal. Bloomberg reported Monday that the Trump administration had urged the Supreme Court not to hear the appeal because issues in the case “have been overtaken by events.”

“Department of Justice should have urged the Supreme Court to at least hear the Drivers License case on illegal immigrants in Arizona. I agree with @LouDobbs. Should have sought review,” Trump wrote on Twitter, citing Fox Business Network Lou Dobbs.

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