President Barak Obama respects the decision of a judge in Texas, but hopes to win an appeal against it.
The President expressed that the law and history are on his side in the legal dispute around his executive order to protect millions of immigrants from deportation.
Obama said that his government will appeal against a decision by a federal judge in Texas to suspend the application of his program. The decision gives a coalition of 26 states time to present a lawsuit in order to permanently stop it.
The president said that he is certain that he did not exceed his authority with the executive order and hopes that the case will be solved on his favor.
Meanwhile, he added that his government will comply with the decision by the judge and suspend the implementation of the program.
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