President Donald Trump says his order didn’t cause weekend airport chaos

Chanting “no hate, no fear, Muslims are welcome here”, the droves of protesters assembled peacefully down a long stretch of road outside Terminal B.

“This is a stupid, bad decision which will hurt the American people more than us or anybody else, because it shows that this President can’t manage people, politics or global relationships”, Najeed Haidari, a Yemeni-American security manager for an oil company in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, told Reuters.

“Immigrants are being subjugated, and they are not being protected in this country just sucks”. “It is a Muslim ban, every sign is that it is a Muslim ban. This aggression will not stand”, Raman said. Fifty-three percent of voters supported stopping immigration from Libya, one of the seven countries listed on Trump’s executive order last week.

I’ll tell you the whole history of it: When he first announced it, he said ‘Muslim ban.’ He called me up, he said, ‘Put a commission together, show me the right way to do it legally.’ I put a commission together with Judge Mukasey, with Congressman McCaul, Pete King, a whole group of other very expert lawyers on this. “Obviously, there’s extenuating circumstances here, but that’s going to do a lot of damage to the company”. “I don’t think it’s un-American”. Trump signed two orders calling for the “great rebuilding” of the nation’s military and the “extreme vetting” of visa seekers from terror-plagued countries.

During the Iranian hostage crisis of 1979 to 1981, in which Iran held 52 American diplomats for 444 days, then President Jimmy Carter placed retaliatory sanctions on Iran, reported ABC News.

The president addressed the issue late Sunday in a statement as some Republicans in Congress – including Ohio’s Sen. Without advance warning, U.S. Customs and Border Protection began to detain non-citizens at U.S. airports and hours of legal limbo followed.

Stories of families divided by the ban, including those of US citizens, have popped up across social media networks and in news reports since Trump signed the order. This is not about religion.

She said: “This struck a chord with me because I’m Jewish and I feel like I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for immigration and for countries welcoming refugees”.

Critics have called the new policy a “Muslim ban”, citing the majority religion in the countries now on the list of suspended travel.

In fact, airports in the US and around the world were engulfed in confusion and, in some cases, protests related to the imposition of the order. That would create an opportunity for senators to get the designated secretary of state to clarify the order, and one for the Trump administration to alter the substance of the order to smooth things over.

The six have had their visas cancelled, according to Jonathan Grode, an attorney for the family.

McEntee is one of more than 500 Chicago-area lawyers who have volunteered in recent days to assist travelers affected by Trump’s immigration crackdown.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf gathered with reporters on Sunday and doubled-down on his criticism of the president’s action.

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s office said Sunday that the minister would interfere if the decision affected British nationals, stressing, “we do not agree with this kind of approach”. The order itself doesn’t explicitly name the countries whose citizens are barred from entering the United States.

“I don’t care how hard it makes it for these people to come over”, she said.

He said much of their work is time-sensitive.

The news agency said that in Cairo, five Iraqi passengers and one Yemeni were barred from boarding an EgyptAir flight to NY on Saturday, according to sources at the airport.

The Trump administration official later told reporters that USA green card holders traveling outside the United States need to check with a US consulate to see whether they can return.

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