The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) announced Friday it will challenge President Trump's latest version of his controversial order banning travel from several countries.

The organization's executive director, Anthony Romero, accused Trump of adding North Korea and Venezuela to the now eight-nation list in order to cover up the "original sin of the Muslim ban."

"President Trump's newest travel ban is still a Muslim ban at its core, and it certainly engages in discrimination based on national origin, which is unlawful," Romero said in a statement Friday.

"Adding a few North Koreans and a tiny group of Venezuelan officials doesn't paper over the original sin of the Muslim ban. We'll see President Trump in court — again."

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