Last night in Nashville President Trump said the revised travel ban was a watered-down version of the original.
Why this matters: The Hawaii judge made the same case when he struck it down. Loose talk by Trump's surrogates has already made his legal case harder. Trump's comments were a gift for the executive order's opponents, and one more headache for the DOJ attorneys defending it.
The big question: Will anyone at the White House (cough Don McGahn) be able to stop Trump from saying things that make the order harder to defend?