Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John Kelly said he predicts President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily barring refugees from seven terrorist-compromised nations will eventually be reinstated.Kelly told the House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security, according to the Washington Post, that the temporary travel ban for migrants in those seven nations would eventually be put back in place once judges realize it is a national security issue, rather than an “academic” one. “Of course, in their courtrooms, they’re protected by people like me,” Kelly told the Committee. Kelly did clarify, though, that he was not necessarily criticizing any particular judge, saying “I have nothing but respect for our judges, but they live in a different world than I do.” Now if the 9th District goes against Trump's immigration order in the upcoming verdict after hearing arguments from the Trump administration yesterday, we should fully expect the Trump administration to go to war with Americas Federal court system. If the Federal Court system once again goes against Trump's lawful travel ban as President, then the Trump administration has a major swamp to drain in America's Federal Court system. If the travel ban however is reinstated due to it being a lawful Presidential power to do so, then the Trump administration should add some countries that support radical Islamic terror to the list...Like Saudi Arabia for example, since Saudi Arabia is basically behind the creation of radical Islam. Now if a decision isn't made in the next twenty-four hours, then America will know politics will be a role...When this ban is a lawful order by the President, especially when the Obama administration did travel bans from Muslim nations on multiple occasions.