WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump tweeted that he'd "SEE YOU IN COURT" after judges blocked his original travel ban from taking effect, but the courts didn't get to rule on the full merits of that case before Trump issued a new immigration order Monday.

Supporters say the new, narrower travel ban is well within his authority, while critics say it's more palatable but still problematic.

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who led the legal challenge to the initial ban, told a news conference Monday, "bottom line is the president has capitulated on numerous key provisions that we contested in court about a month ago."

Ferguson and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, both Democrats, said they were evaluating whether to bring further legal challenges before the new order takes effect March 16.

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