Real estate brokers are gearing up for a new battle.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday granted an injunction to block a federal government policy that allows people in their homes to stay put for as long as they like.
The court said it did not consider the issue of how the policy would affect the rights of those who can’t stay put in their own homes.
The issue is one of how best to manage the economic and social consequences of the federal policy, the justices wrote.
The high court did not issue an opinion on whether the Trump administration’s policy is constitutional.
The Trump administration has said the policy will protect the health and safety of residents.
The justices have said the ruling was a victory for the Trump Administration and is not a victory in the courts.
Trump, who has been criticized for his support for the policy, said the high court’s ruling was the first time in the country’s history that a court has granted a stay of a lower court ruling.
He said he expected it to be upheld.
“This is a victory of sorts,” he said.
Trump has said he supports the policy and the Supreme Court ruling, but he said he believes the policy is unconstitutional.
He called the ruling “outrageous” and said it will have “an enormous effect” on the country.
“You will have people who are going to be going out and buying a house,” he told CNN.
He added that the ruling would have a “huge effect” if the courts sided with him and said that is a problem.
“They’re going to have a massive effect on our country, and it will be an incredible disaster for our country,” Trump said.