Trump Travel Ban Could be Implemented Today

President Donald Trump promised to secure America’s borders and to protect the nation as best he could. One of the ways he tried to do so was to place a temporary travel ban against some Middle East countries, identified by the Obama administration, to stop terrorists from trying to infiltrate America. He wanted to work towards establishing a better vetting system. However, a few liberal judges blocked his executive orders based purely on their own agenda and not law. After the Supreme Court ruled the travel ban could be reinstated until they hear the case in October.

The Trump administration is expected Thursday to announce how it will implement its modified travel ban, following the Supreme Court’s decision on Monday lifting a stay on the executive order imposed by two lower courts.

The order bars travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the U.S. for 90 days from when it takes effect, in order to allow the government to review its vetting procedures for people from those majority-Muslim nations. (The order originally included people from Iraq as well, but that nation was dropped after the administration realized it would hurt cooperation from the Baghdad government in the fight against ISIS.)

The modified order also bars refugees from entering the U.S. for 120 days…

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The blockage and protests against Trump’s executive order travel ban shows just how anti-American liberals have become. They act as if they truly hate the United States and want nothing more than to give our nation over to illegals, foreigners, criminals and terrorists. Perhaps we should consider liberals as domestic terrorists since they are so hell bent on destroying our nation.




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