The Hogan Associate (and Partner) Who Knocked Out the Travel Ban

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Colleen Roh Sinzdak only had a half a cup of coffee the morning before she argued against President Donald Trump’s newest immigration executive order in the U.S. District Court of Hawaii. But the Hogan Lovells associate knows she talks too fast when she’s had caffeine, and she’s “never argued a case of this magnitude" she said. Little wonder.

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  • Operational Definitions

    Clinton did not have sexual relations with that woman, Benghazi was not an act of terrorism, but a ... Brazille didn‘t give debate questions... Bill Clinton and the Attorney General only talked about golf and grandchildren. The polls show that Trump will never be president, ETC.

  • Bob

    That story about the alleged meeting never made any sense and has been retracted. poynter.org/2017/ijr-retracts-story-that-does-not-meet-our-editorial-standards/452687/

  • Student of Aurelius

    Congratulations to the two young lawyers. I would suggest, that while their lawyering skills are likely extraordinarily good, the fix was in. I say this because the judge & Obama are law school classmates and, I suggest, there was collusion, if not between Obama & the judge, likely with others in Obama‘s orbit. While I don‘t know this for a fact, it has been claimed by news sources that Obama was likely meeting with the judge before the decision. After the exposure of the nefarious exploits of Clinton meeting privately with the Attorney General, etc. It would be very surprising to me if the Leftist Machine didn‘t participate in the decision. As I understand it, Hawaii takes in very few immigrants.... It is hard to figure what exactly is going on; however, I trust the Administration will be able overcome these blatant attempts to disrupt his presidency.

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