Trump Travel Ban
President Donald Trump's original travel ban on several majority-Muslim countries caused so much chaos in airports nationwide that the Department of Homeland Security sent a crisis action team to make sense of it, a report revealed.
For now, President Donald Trump can fully enforce his immigration travel ban against six majority-Muslim countries, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
The Trump administration is moving to block the release of a negative report, says Department Homeland Security inspector general.
“There’s no real danger to America from refugees who’ve gone through our vetting system,” Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut said.
The 70-page proposal from the Trump Administration takes a sharp turn from a long-held belief that refugees should be sheltered if they face a fear of persecution. The proposal asks to prioritize refugees with a high chance for "successful assimilation" into American culture.
The Supreme Court will tackle President Donald Trump's travel ban, gay civil rights and partisan gerrymandering.
The president, the attorney general and the White House press secretary claimed the U.S. Supreme Court reached a unanimous decision on the travel ban Monday. That is incorrect.