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aclu says to argue for nationwide stay of trump immigration order


the american civil liberties union said it would argue in u.s. district court in new york at 7:30 p.m. et on urday for a nationwide stay to block deportation of people stranded in u.s. airports because of president donald trump’s new immigration order.(reporting by roberta rampton; editing by nick zieminski)






trump immigration policy changes put some on edge


chicago immigration reform advocates and muslim leaders denounced president donald trump's executive order to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. while the government reviews screening processes, calling it an effective ban on muslims in america.in issuing the order friday, which calls... (manya brachear pashman and angie leventis lourgos)






trump executive order could be used to deport green card holders


president donald trump’s crack down on immigration could result in the deportation of legal immigrants and lawful permanent residents, legal scholars say. trump signed two executive orders on immigration policy wednesday. one set the framework for construction of a wall along the southern border of the u.s. the other, titled “enhancing public safety in the interior…






mark zuckerberg ‘concerned’ with trump immigration executive orders


facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg e out against a series of executive orders signed by president donald trump focusing on immigration policy in a post friday. zuckerberg talked about the immigrant roots of his family and wife priscilla chan and his opposition to the trump administration’s recent proposals. “we need to keep this country safe,…






trump suspends admission of refugees, increases vetting of muslims; vows priorit


"if we're looking for the perfect way to deal with this, i'm not sure it exists," said ira mehlman, a spokesman for the federation for american immigration reform (fair). "what we need to do is, the best we can, balancing the competing obligations of protecting people in imminent peril and the safety of the american people."the unhcr has warned for several years that the world is undergoing a refugee and migration crisis of epic proportions, comparable only to the period after world war ii. some analysts caution that the decision to suspend refugee admissions to a country that defines itself as a nation of immigrants could lead other governments to follow suit and undermine u.s. credibility."if you want ironclad guarantees, you'd have to stop all immigration, business travelers and student






google criticizes impact on staff of trump immigration order


google chief executive sundar pichai criticized president donald trump’s immigration order in an email to staff late friday, saying the u.s. ban on foreign nationals from seven countries affects at least 187 google employees.“we’re upset about the impact of this order and any proposals that could impose restrictions on googlers and their families, or that could create barriers to bringing great talent to the us,” mr. pichai said in...






trump immigration order will ‘give isis some more propaganda’


u.s. senator john mccain said on sunday that president donald trump’s order targeting immigration from seven predominantly muslim countries has been “confusing” and raised a number of questions.“it’s been a very confusing process,” mccain, a republican and chairman of the senate armed services committee, told cbs’ ‘face the nation.’ mccain said the effect of trump’s immigration order “will probably, in some areas, give isis (islamic state) some more propaganda,” and asked why the countries targeted by the order included iraq, where u.s. forces are fighting alongside iraqi forces against islamic state.mccain said he was “worried” about the addition of trump’s chief strategist and former paign chief steve bannon to the u.s. national security council. mccain said this was “a radical departure






top microsoft execs weigh in on trump’s immigration ban


from: brad smith (cela)sent: urday, january 28, 2017 12:05 pmto: microsoft – all employeessubject: yesterday’s u.s. executive order on immigrationhello everyone,i wanted to reach out regarding the executive order signed yesterday in the united states relating to immigration. as you may have read in the press, this order applies an immediate 90-day moratorium on admissions and reentry into the united states of all individuals who are not already u.s. citizens from seven countries – syria, iraq, iran, libya, somalia, yemen, and sudan.our first priority whenever there is a change in immigration laws anywhere in the world is to address immediately the needs of our employees and their families. so most importantly, if you or a family member are a citizen of one of these seven countries and you’






immigration attorneys seeking to help airport travelers in los angeles blocked b


at least 10 to 15 immigration attorneys have gathered at the tom bradley international terminal at lax to help travelers, mostly from iran, who have been detained, one of the attorneys said. attorneys have not yet been able to determine the number of fliers detained, as u.s. customs and border protection officials are not allowing attorneys or families any communication with the detainees, said immigration attorney jordan cunnings. "we're literally walking around asking people, are you waiting for someone who has been detained?" said cunnings, describing a scene of worried family members who had arrived bearing flowers and welcome signs for their loved ones. some of the detained travelers included green card holders, tourists, people with children and people with medical problems, cunn






israel pm netanyahu praises trump’s plan for mexico border wall


tel aviv—israel’s prime minister benjamin netanyahu on urday praised plans by u.s. president donald trump’s new administration to build a wall on the mexico border, saying his country’s own barrier on the egyptian border had halted illegal immigration.“i built a wall along israel’s southern border. it stopped all illegal immigration,” mr. netanyahu wrote on his official twitter account, adding emoticons of the u.s. and israeli...






facebook’s mark zuckerberg opposes donald trump’s immigration action


facebook inc. chief executive mark zuckerberg on friday publicly opposed two executive orders signed by president donald trump aiming to curtail immigration and bolster border security, contrasting with the neutral stance the tech executive has taken since the election. “like many of you, i’m concerned about the impact of the recent executive orders signed by president trump,” mr. zuckerberg wrote on his facebook page. “we need to...






apple ceo tim cook sent an email to employees about the immigration ban


while tim cook has yet to publicly address the immigration ban that’s beginning to rile a restive tech industry into speaking out against newly elected president donald j. trump, he did send an email to staff explaining apple’s position.team,in my conver ions with officials here in washington this week, i’ve made it clear that apple believes deeply in the importance of immigration — both to our company and to our nation’s future. apple would not exist without immigration, let alone thrive and innovate the way we do.i’ve heard from many of you who are deeply concerned about the executive order issued yesterday restricting immigration from seven muslim-majority countries. i share your concerns. it is not a policy we support.there are employees at apple who are directly affected by yesterday’






court grants emergency stay of trump's immigration ban


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






protesters, immigration attorneys gather at dia in protest of donald trump’s ban


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






court grants temporary, emergency stay of trump's immigration ban


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






trump says immigration ban working 'nicely’ as protests, detainments hit airport


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






have you or someone you know been affected by president trump’s order on immigra


president donald trump’s executive order on immigration quickly reverberated through the united states and across the globe urday. have you or someone you know had any trouble when trying to enter the country through sea-tac airport or other washington entry points?please email [email protected] and provide your full name and phone number so we can get in contact with you.trump’s order, enacted with the stroke of a pen friday afternoon, suspended entry of all refugees to the united states for 120 days, barred syrian refugees indefinitely, and blocked entry into the united states for 90 days for citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries: iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.






trump wants to enlist local police in immigration crackdown


phoenix — to build his highly touted deportation force, president donald trump is reviving a program that deputizes local officers to enforce federal immigration law.the program received scant attention as trump announced on the same day his plans to build a border wall and hire thousands more federal agents as he looks to fulfill promises from his paign.the program has fallen out of the favor in recent years amid complaints from critics that it promotes racial profiling.more than 60 police and sheriff's agencies had the special authority in 2009.since then, the number has been halved and the effort scaled back amid complaints officers weren't focusing on catching violent offenders and instead arrested immigrants for minor violations.






sen. chuck schumer demands reversal of trump’s immigration order


u.s. senate democratic leader chuck schumer on sunday demanded that president donald trump reverse an executive order targeting immigration from seven predominantly muslim countries, saying it makes the united states appear “less humanitarian, less safe, less american.”“it must be reversed immediately, and democrats are going to introduce legislation to overturn it,” schumer said in new york.schumer also said he had been told by u.s. homeland security secretary john kelly that 42 people now detained at u.s. airports would be processed and allowed to enter the country under a court order issued on urday night. schumer said kelly also told him trump’s executive order would not affect green card holders, which contradicts previous administration statements.(reporting by susan cornwell in wash






unknown number of u.s. permanent residents stuck overseas as a result of trump's


an undetermined number of longtime u.s. residents have been stranded overseas as a result of president trump's executive order temporarily blocking visas from seven countries in the middle east and north africa. all visa holders from those seven countries are now barred entry to the u.s., including lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, people with u.s. work visas and other types of visas, according to a senior u.s. immigration official. the official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. some of the affected countries, such as yemen and libya, have relatively few nationals who are u.s. permanent residents or visa holders. but a large number of iranians have permanent residency in the u.s., as do smaller numbers from some of the other c






protesters cheer and sing as detainees are released at airports across us


it has been a long, difficult day for many people trying to enter the u.s., some of whom were holding valid visas when their flights left the ground only to find themselves turned back at u.s. airports.donald trump’s vaguely-worded executive order banning nationals from sudan, syria and a number of other muslim countries set off chaos in our nation’s immigration system.however, when americans found out what was happening at our airports, m ive protests embled at airports around the country. now, after a federal judge issued an emergency stay to travelers t ped by trump’s immigration orders, many stranded travelers and weary refugees are being allowed to complete their journeys. here is a video roundup of some of the joyful scenes at airports across the country. cheers go up at o'hare as at






milwaukee protesters denounce trump immigration crackdown


milwaukee — protesters in milwaukee have demonstrated against president donald trump's immigration crackdown.more than 100 protesters rallied outside of the federal courthouse in milwaukee on urday. the milwaukee journal sentinel (http://bit.ly/2k3nndg ) reports many of the protesters were iranian-born university of wisconsin system faculty and graduate students.protesters chanted and carried signs saying "no ban no wall" and "i'm a scientist, not a terrorist."soroush aslani, an istant professor at the university of wisconsin-whitewater, said he has canceled a trip next month to visit family in canada, because he's afraid he won't be able to re-enter the u.s.on friday, trump issued an executive order that suspends the entry of all refugees to the united states for 120 days. the order also






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protesters cheer and sing as detainees are released at airports across us


it has been a long, difficult day for many people trying to enter the u.s., some of whom were holding valid visas when their flights left the ground only to find themselves turned back at u.s. airports.donald trump’s vaguely-worded executive order banning nationals from sudan, syria and a number of other muslim countries set off chaos in our nation’s immigration system.however, when americans found out what was happening at our airports, m ive protests embled at airports around the country. now, after a federal judge issued an emergency stay to travelers t ped by trump’s immigration orders, many stranded travelers and weary refugees are being allowed to complete their journeys. here is a video roundup of some of the joyful scenes at airports across the country. [email protected] leads chant at pr






microsoft reaches out to its workers affected by immigration ban


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with california's 'sanctuary cities,' trump might be starting a fight he can't w


with california's 'sanctuary cities,' trump might be starting a fight he can't wintrump's recent executive orders put cities and counties on notice that they would lose federal funding if they didn’t start cooperating with immigration agentstrump's recent executive orders put cities and counties on notice that they would lose federal funding if they didn’t start cooperating with immigration agentssee more videos






maryland police question u.s. citizen's immigration status


bel air, md. -- a u.s. citizen was asked her immigration status while taking a walk in her neighborhood in maryland. the bel air police department is owning up to its misstep and says it will learn from the incident, cbs baltimore station wjz-tv reports.“i didn’t expect this to happen in bel air. walking while brown? he said, ‘no, no, no, nothing like that,’” bel air resident aravinda pillalamarri said.pillalamarri told wjz-tv bel air police officers demanded her id after a resident called her in as suspicious.“i had just come out for a walk, so i didn’t have my id. and he said, ‘why don’t you have id? are you here illegally?’” pillalamarri said.bel air police chief charles moore said asking for her nationality is insensitive but not racial profiling.“they were trying to figure out why the






live updates: protests and arrests at sea-tac following trump’s executive order


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u.s. judge bars deportations under president trump travel ban


trump travel ban protestsgenna martin / seattlepi.comseattle city councilwoman and socialist activist kshama sawant raises a fist over the crowd as more than 1,000 people gather at seattle-tacoma international airport to protest president trump's order that restricts immigration to the u.s. on jan. 28, 2017, in seattle. seattle city councilwoman and socialist activist kshama sawant raises a fist over the crowd as more than 1,000 people gather at seattle-tacoma international airport to protest president trump's order that restricts immigration to the u.s. on jan. 28, 2017, in seattle. (genna martin / seattlepi.com)






microsoft reaches out to its workers affected by immigration ban


microsoft president brad smith said the company had reached out to its employees from majority-muslim countries, but added there may be others with permanent-resident status who could be banned from re-entering the u.s. under the new policy.microsoft sought to re ure and offer legal istance urday to employees affected by president trump’s executive order temporarily blocking citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s.trump’s order, signed friday, suspended entry of all refugees to the u.s. for 120 days, and barred syrian refugees indefinitely. it also halted, for 90 days, entry into the u.s. for citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen. in an email to employees urday afternoon, microsoft president and chief legal officer brad smith said the






us immigration order: families split as trump ban enforced


29 january 2017 last updated at 10:27 gmt "it is terrifying how everything has changed", an iranian woman said, as she waited for her husband at logan airport.






'i am dying in iraq, please': trump's ban dashes hope for many asylum-seekers


trump refugeescraig ruttle / approtesters emble at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, urday, jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country. on friday, jan. 27, president donald trump signed an executive order suspending all immigration from countries with terrorism concerns for 90 days. protesters emble at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, urday, jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country. on friday, jan. 27, president donald trump signed an executive order suspending all immigration from countries with terrorism concerns for 90 days. (craig ruttle / ap)






microsoft reaches out to its workers affected by immigration ban


microsoft president brad smith said the company had reached out to its employees from majority-muslim countries, but added there may be others with permanent-resident status who could be banned from re-entering the u.s. under the new policy.microsoft sought to re ure and offer legal istance urday to employees affected by president trump’s executive order temporarily blocking citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s.trump’s order, signed friday, suspended entry of all refugees to the u.s. for 120 days, and barred syrian refugees indefinitely. it also halted, for 90 days, entry into the u.s. for citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.in an email to employees urday afternoon, microsoft president and chief legal officer brad smith said the






live updates: protests and arrests at sea-tac following trump’s executive order


dhs has just advised @portofseattle that individuals are no longer being detained at sea-tac & are free to continue their travels.— port of seattle (@portofseattle) january 29, 2017






chilean detainee at jfk airport was hospitalized thursday after suicide attempt


a woman being held by immigration officials at new york city’s john f. kennedy airport attempted suicide on thursday rather than risk returning to her native chile. the new york daily news reported than an unnamed chilean national took approximately 30 sleeping pills and an unknown number of muscle relaxants after being informed she could not enter the u.s. and would be deported back to chile.the woman was being held by customs and border security at jfk’s terminal 8 to be placed on a return flight when she reportedly lost consciousness and slumped to the floor. bystanders noted that she was having difficulty breathing.port authority officers john devins and dominick renda were called to the scene. they administered the overdose-reversing drug narcan to revive the unconscious woman. she wa






google recalls staff to the u.s. after trump's immigration order


alphabet’s google delivered a sharp message to staff traveling overseas who may be impacted by a new executive order on immigration from president donald trump: get back to the u.s. now.google chief executive officer sundar pichai slammed trump’s move in a note to employees friday, telling them that more than 100 company staff are affected by the order.“it’s painful to see the personal cost of this executive order on our colleagues,” pichai wrote in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by bloomberg news. “we’ve always made our view on immigration issues known publicly and will continue to do so.”the comments underscore a growing rift between the trump administration and several large u.s. technology companies, which include many immigrants in their ranks and have lobbied for fewer immigr






us lawyers for iraqis sue to block trump immigration order


immigration lawyers sued on urday to block president donald trump’s order halting the entry of refugees and foreign nationals from seven predominantly muslim countries to the united states, saying numerous people have already been unlawfully detained.the lawyers from numerous immigration organizations and the american civil liberties union sued in federal court in brooklyn, new york, on behalf of two iraqi men, one a former u.s. government worker and the other the husband of a former u.s. security contractor.the two men had visas to enter the united states but were detained on friday night at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, hours after trump’s executive order put a four-month hold on allowing refugees into the united states and temporarily barred travelers from syria and






trump insists in spite of ‘chaos’ that muslim ban is going just fine


as rights groups level numerous lawsuits against his administration and travelers are being stranded and detained all over the world, pres. donald trump said on urday that his new executive orders regarding muslims and immigrants are “working out very nicely.”reuters reported that muslim around the world are “furious” over the executive orders and that the u.s. immigration system has been “plunged into chaos” by the orders, which are broadly worded and are being interpreted differently by different agencies and by different divisions within those agencies.“immigration lawyers and advocates worked through the night trying to help stranded travelers find a way back home. lawyers in new york sued to block the order, saying many people have already been unlawfully detained, including an iraqi






fans flock to oak grill, skyroom as 113-year minneapolis tradition ends


president donald trump says his halt to immigration from seven muslim-majority nations and ban on refugees is being done in the name of national security. but it's not clear whether these measures will help prevent attacks on american soil, and they could embolden extremists who already view the u.s. as at war with islam.






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


isting refugeesnancy stone / chicago tribunekimberly r en, from left, an attorney and social worker, laura booth and megan staub, both attorneys for latham & watkins llp., wait for arriving p engers as part of the international refugee istance project consisting of attorneys from different law firms isting anyone having problems with immigration at o'hare international airport on jan. 29, 2017.kimberly r en, from left, an attorney and social worker, laura booth and megan staub, both attorneys for latham & watkins llp., wait for arriving p engers as part of the international refugee istance project consisting of attorneys from different law firms isting anyone having problems with immigration at o'hare international airport on jan. 29, 2017. (nancy stone / chicago tribune)see more






miami mayor carlos gimenez concedes to trump’s immigration rules on sanctuary ci


miami-dade county mayor carlos gimenez’s decision to reverse the county’s policy immigration detainer requests from the u.s department of immigration and customs enforcement (ice) has given president trump his first big win on immigration since taking office.trump warned that federal funding for counties with “sanctuary cities” would be stopped if the federal laws were not followed.gimenez issued a memo stating the miami-dade would put a hold on undocumented inmates at the county jail if requested.“in light of the provisions of the executive order, i direct you and your staff to honor all immigration detainer requests received from the department of homeland security,” gimenez wrote in the brief memo.“i want to make sure we don’t put in jeopardy the millions of funds we get from the federa






trump immigration order wasn’t vetted


u.s. senator john mccain said on sunday that president donald trump’s order targeting immigration from seven predominantly muslim countries has been “confusing” and raised a number of questions.“it’s been a very confusing process,” mccain, a republican and chairman of the senate armed services committee, told cbs’ ‘face the nation.’ mccain said the effect of trump’s immigration order “will probably, in some areas, give isis (islamic state) some more propaganda,” and asked why the countries targeted by the order included iraq, where u.s. forces are fighting alongside iraqi forces against islamic state.mccain said he was “worried” about the addition of trump’s chief strategist and former paign chief steve bannon to the u.s. national security council. mccain said this was “a radical departure






protesters cheer and sing as detainees are released at airports across us


elections 2016, facebook, politics, trump news, u.s. newswatch: protesters cheer and sing as detainees are released at airports across usdavid ferguson28 jan 2017 at 23:40 etit has been a long, difficult day for many people trying to enter the u.s., some of whom were holding valid visas when their flights left the ground only to find themselves turned back at u.s. airports.donald trump’s vaguely-worded executive order banning nationals from sudan, syria and a number of other muslim countries set off chaos in our nation’s immigration system.however, when americans found out what was happening at our airports, m ive protests embled at airports around the country. now, after a federal judge issued an emergency stay to travelers t ped by trump’s immigration orders, many stranded travelers and






unknown number of u.s. permanent residents stuck overseas as a result of trump's


an undetermined number of longtime u.s. residents have been stranded overseas as a result of president trump's executive order temporarily blocking visas from seven countries in the middle east and north africa. all visa holders from those seven countries are now barred entry to the u.s., including lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, people with u.s. work visas and other types of visas, according to a senior u.s. immigration official. the official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. some of the affected countries, such as yemen and libya, have relatively few nationals who are u.s. permanent residents or visa holders. but a large number of iranians have permanent residency in the u.s., as do smaller numbers from some of the other c






protesters in tel aviv compare trump immigration order to israeli refugee polici


holding signs reading “refugees welcome” and chanting “no ban, no wall, sanctuary for all,’’ several dozen demonstrators gathered outside the u.s. emb y in tel aviv on sunday to join protests in the u.s. against president trump’s new immigration policy. mia  zur szpiro, a 36-year-old filmmaker, said she felt compelled to demonstrate because her parents survived the holocaust. “we are a country of immigrants, and to me it was astounding that this [order] was p ed on holocaust memorial day,’’ she said. “it’s wrong to stereotype, and it's wrong to send people who are in need back into the face of danger and the risk of death.’’ elliot vaisbrub gl enberg, a protest organizer and migrant rights activist, compared the new u.s. policy to israeli policies toward tens of thousands of eritrean an






tech executives react to trump immigration order in their own words


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iraqi immigrant freed after being detained at new york airport in wake of trump


an iraqi immigrant was freed urday after being detained at one of new york’s airports in the wake of president trump’s latest executive action on immigration.hameed darweesh appeared outside john f. kennedy international airport urday afternoon with two members of congress.“america is the greatest nation, the greatest people in the world,” darweesh told reporters.iraqi immigrant hameed darweesh, center, walks out of terminal 4 with u.s. rep. jerrold nadler and u.s. rep. nydia velazquez after being released at john f. kennedy international airport in queens, new york, jan. 28, 2017. reuters/andrew kelly darweesh said he had a special immigration visa to enter the country. cbs news digital journalist alex pena reports he had worked closely with the u.s. government abroad.u.s. rep. jerrold na






trump wants to enlist local police in immigration crackdown


phoenix — to build his highly touted deportation force, president donald trump is reviving a long-standing program that deputizes local officers to enforce federal immigration law.the program received scant attention during a week in which trump announced plans to build a border wall, hire thousands more federal agents and impose restrictions on refugees from middle eastern countries.but the program could end up having a significant impact on immigration enforcement around the country, despite falling out of favor in recent years amid complaints that it promotes racial profiling.more than 60 police and sheriff's agencies had the special authority as of 2009, applying for it as the nation's immigration debate was heating up. since then, the number has been halved and the effort scaled back






protests erupt nationwide over immigration ban


protests erupt at u.s. airports over refugee ban protesters: 'we are people; we are not illegal' 'give me your tired, your poor': statue of liberty’s immigration poem trump's refugee screening takes immediate effect protestors rally at jfk airport over president trump's executive order trump says refugee crackdown 'not a muslim ban' iran says u.s. citizens are no longer welcome in the country activists protest trump's immigration policy at jfk airport sudanese react to us control on travelers from muslim countries refugees detained at u.s. borders challenge donald trump immigrants with affected family fearful of ban trump refugee ban prompts outrage






us spy veterans decry trump’s immigration ban


president donald trump’s temporary ban on immigrants from seven muslim-majority nations takes a major recruiting tool out of the hands of u.s. spy handlers, say a growing number of intelligence veterans. for decades, cia and u.s. military intelligence spy recruiters have held out the promise of eventual resettlement in america to induce foreigners to turn coat…