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Trump Signs Revised Travel Ban

This time they’re doing it methodically and carefully, so that a group of San Francisco liberals with black robes on can’t put a stop to it for no good Constitutional reason.

President Trump on Monday signed a revised version of his executive order on travel that excludes Iraqi citizens, legal permanent residents and existing visa holders from a list of foreign nationals who will be prohibited from entering the U.S. for the next 90 days beginning on March 16, the Washington Examiner reported.

The signing of the order, which took place behind closed doors, was announced at a joint press conference Monday afternoon with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.

“Today’s executive order will make America more secure and address long overdue concerns about the security of our immigration system,” Kelly told reporters. “Unregulated, unfettered travel is not a universal privilege, especially when our national security is at stake.”

The newest version of Trump’s controversial travel ban still places a hold on refugee admissions for 120 days and halts immigration from Sudan, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Iran and Somalia. All six countries were previously identified as “countries of concern” with respect to terrorism by Congress and the Obama administration

2 thoughts on “Trump Signs Revised Travel Ban”

  1. Here’s the funny part…so many eyes transfixed on Obama-gate this week, this new order will not get as much attention….

    Planned and conceived…? Perhaps


  2. I wish that the administration would of kept Iraq on the list like in the original order. As long as ISIS controls territory in Iraq we shouldn’t be letting anyone in for the next 120 days or potentially more.

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