Legal challenges mount for Trump’s travel ban from 7 Muslim countries

Civil liberties groups are challenging Donald Trump’s executive order barring all immigration from seven majority-Muslim nations for 120 days, which the president signed Friday evening. Donald Trump also temporarily canceled admissions from the entire U.S. refugee program.

On Saturday morning, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed that legal permanent residents of the United States with green cards are included in the ban, and will not be allowed to reenter the country. Later, the agency said they would decide on a “case-by-case” basis. As officials raced to understand the new executive order, U.S. green card holders from Iran and the six other countries were reportedly kicked off flights, sent back to their country of origin or detained at airports. (The banned countries are Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Libya.) FULL REPORT

3 Comments on "Legal challenges mount for Trump’s travel ban from 7 Muslim countries"

  1. Good Job!

  2. No case

  3. Great job POTUS Trump, you are the right man for this job !!!! Not since Reagan has the USA had a great president !!! Oh you poor whiners !!! No more taking advantage of the this great Nation !!!

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