Maryland court hears case on Trump's revised travel ban

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President Donald Trump faces a day of legal reckoning on the fate of his revised travel ban, with three federal courts from Maryland to Hawaii to mull the measure on the eve of its implementation. Lawyers for the plaintiff's in the case in Maryland say they were "heartened" by the judge and feel courts won't agree to "blind themselves to the facts" by allowing Trump's order to stand.