President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump admin to announce coronavirus vaccine will be covered under Medicare, Medicaid: report Election officials say they're getting suspicious emails that may be part of malicious attack on voting: report McConnell tees up Trump judicial pick following Supreme Court vote MORE reportedly said on Tuesday that the country’s immigration policy should simply be: “You can’t come in.”

"It’s so simple. It’s called, 'I’m sorry you can’t come in,’ ” a Bloomberg News reporter quoted the president saying to congressional members on Tuesday.


The reporter also said the president told members of Congress that the United States’s current immigration policy is a “hodgepodge of laws." 

Trump's remarks arrive shortly after the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling to uphold the president’s travel ban, saying Trump has broad discretion to suspend people's entry into the country.  

When asked by reporters if he plans to move forward with the travel ban, the president reportedly said: "Of course." The Supreme Court is the "final word.” 

The Trump administration’s travel ban policy has been met with opposition from both sides of the aisle. 

Democratic Reps. Keith EllisonKeith Maurice EllisonPennsylvania AG on Trump's mail-in voting attacks: 'He's just trying to create chaos' Judge dismisses third-degree murder charge against officer in Floyd death Private security contractors advertising jobs for armed guards at Minnesota polling places: report MORE (Minn.) and André Carson (Ind.), who are Muslim, slammed the ruling on Tuesday, in conjunction with other Democratic lawmakers. 

Rep. Carlos CurbeloCarlos Luis CurbeloThe Memo: Trump furor stokes fears of unrest GOP wants more vision, policy from Trump at convention Mucarsel-Powell, Giménez to battle for Florida swing district MORE (R-Fla.) also spoke out against the Supreme Court’s decision and urged the Trump administration to end the “misguided” policy.