The Trump administration notched an early win in the latest fight over its asylum policy after a federal judge refused to issue a restraining order against it Wednesday, but a second judge hinted a similar challenge may be on shakier ground in California.

U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly, appointed by President Donald Trump in 2017, turned down a request for a temporary restraining order in a ruling announced from the bench. The order follows a hearing held on Monday.

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