The Trump Administration was ordered by a federal judge to disclose a memo drafted under the guidance of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani that allegedly served as an outline to make the president's travel ban look like it wasn't aimed at Muslims.

While running for president, Donald Trump asked Giuliani to form a commission that would help draft a "Muslim ban" to "show [him] the right way to do it legally" after his initial proposal drew widespread public condemnation, according to a court filing by the Arab American Civil Rights League. The commission then recommended that "nationality be used as a proxy for religion," the group said in the filing.

U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts in Detroit on Thursday directed the president to produce the document by May 19.

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