Yes, but on a strictly legal basis all that matters is what the order itself says, which is unfortunate as he obviously just wrote a legal version of his Muslim ban, which will probably work in court. I think the only illegal action that could arise from all this would be if the administration for whatever reason chose to ignore federal court-ordered stays on their actions, which I find unlikely. Giuliani's interview, contrary to popular opinion, is not a bombshell to me. It just shows that Trump's administration went about this the right/legal way. e.g. He's not saying it's really a Muslim ban disguised as a ban on people from dangerous places, it is itself simply a ban on people from what they deem as dangerous places, which whether right or wrong, is legal.