THE Supreme Court handed Trump ANOTHER defeat, by striking down a Louisiana abortion law that would have closed clinics.
Chief Justice John roberts joined liberal Justices in a 5 to 4 decision on the law regulating abortion clinics.
Under the 2014 law, doctors were required to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals if they were performing abortions, the Associated Press reported.
The Supreme Court ruled the law violated the 1973 decision made in Roe v. Wade.
The Monday vote follows after several recent legal blows to Trump.
Two weeks ago, Justices voted to protect LGBT workers in America from workplace discrimination.
They also voted to deny a hearing on California's "sanctuary city" law, as Trump aimed to end the DACA program that protects "Dreamers" from deportation.
Last week, a New York City judge tossed out a case from Trump's brother that attempted to block his estranged niece from publishing a book.
Trump himself had said the book would violate a non-disclosure agreement.
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