President Trump’s executive order denying all refugees and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries reverberated across the USA and around the globe Saturday.It also turned into a full working day at the White House, where Trump continued to sign executive orders and spent hours making phone calls to several world leaders.Here’s a quick look to help you keep up with all the news:A federal judge issued the ruling to temporarily allow people who landed in U.S. or those who are in transit and hold a valid visa to remain. The American Civil Liberties Union argued for the stay that would block deportation of people stranded in U.S. airports under the executive order Trump signed Friday. The overarching ban, which remains in place, suspends the entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, halts the admission of refugees from Syria indefinitely and bars entry for three months to residents from the predominantly Muslim countries of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.By Saturday evening, Department of Homeland Security agents had stopped 109 foreigners at U.S. airports based on Trump’s order and prevented another 173 people from boarding flights headed for the U.S. A senior Homeland Security official, who spoke on… Read full this story
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