On board AIR FORCE ONE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said late on Friday on board Air Force One that he is thinking about issuing another travel boycott official request, while White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said the organization could in any case heighten a legitimate disagreement about Trump’s unique travel boycott request to the U.S. Preeminent Court.

In a stage that set off the most genuine legitimate encounter yet for the new Republican organization, Trump two weeks back issued an official request restricting section into the United States by evacuees and nationals of seven Muslim-dominant part nations, activating across the country dissents and lawful difficulties.

A government judge in Seattle a week ago issued an impermanent limiting request putting the travel restriction on hold. That suspension was maintained by an interests court in San Francisco on Thursday, bringing up issues about Trump’s next stride.

In an unexpected visit with journalists on board Air Force One on the way to Florida from Washington, Trump said he was thinking about “a fresh out of the plastic new request” that could be issued when Monday or Tuesday in the event that he chooses to move in that bearing.

After a White House official said the organization was not wanting to raise the legitimate question to the Supreme Court, Priebus told correspondents late on Friday such a move was still conceivable.

“Each and every court choice is on the table, including an interest of the Ninth Circuit choice on the TRO (brief limiting request) to the Supreme Court, including battling out this case on the benefits,” Priebus said.

“Furthermore, notwithstanding that, we’re seeking after official requests at this moment that we hope to be ordered soon that will additionally shield Americans from fear based oppression.”

Trump’s request, which he called a national safety effort intended to take off assaults by Islamist activists, banished individuals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering for 90 days and all outcasts for 120 days, with the exception of displaced people from Syria, who are restricted inconclusively.

Trump could modify the request to unequivocally reject green card holders, or changeless occupants, said a congressional helper acquainted with the matter who requested that not be recognized. Doing that could lighten a few worries with the first request communicated by judges in the ninth Circuit court where it is being tried.

On Air Force One, Trump said with respect to the ninth Circuit court battle: “We will win that fight. The awful part is that it requires investment statutorily … We require speed for reasons of security.”

An official acquainted with Trump’s arrangements said if the request is revamped, among those included would likely be White House helper Stephen Miller, who was included in drafting the first request, and additionally authorities of the National Security Council, Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security.

Freely of the Trump organization, a unidentified judge on the ninth Circuit asked for that the court’s 25 full time judges vote on whether the brief square of Trump’s travel boycott ought to be reheard under the watchful eye of a 11 judge board, known as en banc audit, as per a court arrange. The ninth Circuit requested that both sides document briefs by Thursday.

(Extra detailing by Mark Hosenball, Doina Chiacu and Julia Edwards Ainsley in Washington; Mica Rosenberg in New York; and Dan Levine in San Francisco; Writing by Ginger Gibson; Editing by Kevin Drawbaugh, Frances Kerry and Bill Rigby