Barack Obama had one secret plan to fundamentally transform America.

It was an illegal abuse of power that he imposed during his final years in office.

But Attorney General Jeff Sessions shut it down with one swift move.

When Obama imposed the illegal DACA amnesty, conservatives howled that he shredded the constitution in a naked power grab to pay off a Democrat voting constituency.

Donald Trump campaigned on overturning this lawless executive order.

In September, he made good on his word and terminated the DACA program that granted amnesty to so-called “DREAMers.”

Liberals sued and offered a tortured legal argument that as the executive, Donald Trump had no grounds to overturn an executive order.

They tried to harass the administration for documents that contained privileged communications between the President and his staff.

But attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Justice Department won a major victory when the Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in the administration’s favor.

Breitbart reports:

“Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday won the first legal battle at the Supreme Court over DACA.

The unanimous decision threw out orders by a federal trial judge and the Ninth Circuit appeals court requiring disclosure of sensitive government documents – papers which may include communications with President Donald Trump about the decision to end the amnesty program.

Two amnesty programs for illegal aliens were operating when President Trump was inaugurated. The first was DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), concerning illegal aliens brought to the United States at a young age, which covered 800,000 people. The second was DAPA, which broadened DACA’s terms to cover at least 4.3 million illegal aliens.

In November 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held DAPA was illegal. The Obama administration appealed that decision to the Supreme Court, but after the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the justices tied 4-4 on the case in October 2016, leaving the Fifth Circuit’s decision in place…

… On Wednesday, the Court issued a 4-page unanimous per curiam opinion in favor of President Trump, explaining:

In the District Court litigation [the plaintiffs] argue that the Acting Secretary’s [Elaine Duke’s] determination to rescind DACA in the near future is unlawful because, among other reasons, it violates the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) and the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment, including the equal protection guarantee implicit in that Clause.

“The Government makes serious arguments that at least portions of the District Court’s order are overly broad,” the Court continued. The justices went on to instruct the lower courts on which issues they needed to resolve before persisting on seeking this sensitive material.

“In any event, the District Court may not compel the Government to disclose any document that the Government believes is privileged without first providing the Government with the opportunity to argue the issue,” the opinion continued.

The Supreme Court vacated (i.e., threw out) the Ninth Circuit’s decision, and sent the case back to the lower courts to carry out the justices’ directions.

Although this is not a final decision on the lawsuits, the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision on the first aspect of the litigation to reach the nation’s highest court is an unmitigated victory for President Trump and Attorney General Sessions on the hot-button issue of DACA.”

This victory makes it likely Trump will ultimately prevail in the courts.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.