Conservative radio host and commentator Laura Ingraham said the Supreme Court's ruling on President Donald Trump's travel ban is "not a complete victory" for the White House.
Her comments came during an interview on Fox News' "Fox & Friends."
"It's not a complete victory for the Trump administration," she said. "There's good news in it, no doubt. The court will hear the entire case in the fall term."
The justices lifted a pair of injunctions on Trump's executive order, Ingraham's website, LifeZette noted.
But they established an exemption for foreign nationals attempting to enter the U.S. from the travel ban counties, who have "bona fide relations with any person or entity in the United States."
"Now, that's just ridiculous," Ingraham said. "The Supreme Court tried to impart its own legislative authority, which it does not have under our Constitution, onto this Trump travel pause.
"And so they just made that whole thing up, and now that's going to be another hurdle for judges to clear when they have to consider exigent circumstances on the part of refugees or would-be travelers to the United States from those affected countries."
"If (the justices) want to be legislators, they should resign their positions and they should go run for office. But they're justices on the Supreme Court," Ingraham said. "It would be very disturbing. Just because somebody has a relative in the United States does not override the president's supreme executive authority under our Constitution to deter any national security concerns and address them as he sees fit."
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