Wichita East High graduate August Flentje, third from right, received an award from Attorney General Eric Holder under the Obama administration. Flentje is arguing on behalf of President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that Trump’s executive order to bar immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries is legal.
Wichita East High graduate August Flentje, third from right, received an award from Attorney General Eric Holder under the Obama administration. Flentje is arguing on behalf of President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that Trump’s executive order to bar immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries is legal. Gloria Farha Flentje Courtesy photo
Wichita East High graduate August Flentje, third from right, received an award from Attorney General Eric Holder under the Obama administration. Flentje is arguing on behalf of President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that Trump’s executive order to bar immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries is legal. Gloria Farha Flentje Courtesy photo

Wichita East High grad argues Trump immigration case

February 07, 2017 04:15 PM