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A Trump-appointed federal judge today has temporarily blocked the Biden administration from ending the Title 42 public health order on Monday.

The decision stops the administration from making a move that had seen significant Republican and Democratic opposition amid fears it would exacerbate the border crisis.

U.S. District Judge Robert Summerhays, in the Western District of Louisiana, granted the preliminary injunction on the Biden administration’s plan to end the order on May 23.

The injunction was in response to a lawsuit by two dozen Republican states, led by Arizona, Louisiana, and Missouri.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich celebrated the victory and said, “Today’s ruling is a significant win as Title 42 is one of the few policies that is actually working.”

“I’m grateful to the court for upholding the rule of law and helping maintain some level of sanity as we continue to battle the Biden-made border crisis,” Brnovich added.

Fox News’ Kayleigh McEnany also voiced her approval and expressed relief as she declared in a tweet, “Saved by a judge… again!”

“A federal judge blocked the Biden administration from ending Title 42, a program that has expelled illegal immigrants 1.9 million times,” McEnany reported.

McEnany then explained, “Remember when a judge kept Biden from extending the airline mask mandate? Here we go again!”

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