Alluding to allegations about China's detention of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the Chinese Foreign Ministry told the U.S. to shut down Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
The president rescinded the so-called "Muslim ban" when he took office, but critics say that those on diversity visas have been left in limbo.
In 2017, Robart temporarily suspended Trump's travel plan which aimed to ban citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
Joe Biden has vowed to end the "Muslim Ban on day one."
Bernie Sanders may be the only chance for peace with Iran—and a relief for the Iranian community in the U.S.—in the foreseeable future.
The president's eldest daughter received a backlash after mentioning her father's discussion at the U.N. General Assembly.
Critics ridiculed Ivanka Trump's holiday greeting to Muslims on Eid al-Adha as hypocritical. "Nobody tell Nepotism Barbie here how her father tried to ban all Muslims from entering the United States."
The sole and only purpose of the Muslim Ban was to separate families like mine.
"Was birtherism racist?" Axios' Jonathan Swan asked. "Um, look, I wasn't really involved in that... That was a long time ago," Jared Kushner responded.
If a president wants to ban a group from the country, they would need to demonstrate that there is an actual legitimate reason.
"It is time for Congress to act to overturn the Muslim Ban and stand against religious discrimination," a letter signed by more than 400 groups backing the No Ban Act says.
Trump infamously called "for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States" before taking office.
Americans see immigration as a problem in larger numbers than any other time in the history of the poll.
The activists agitating for a different outcome hoped emotionalism would triumph over the law.
More than 100,000 people of Japanese descent were incarcerated in the U.S. during World War II.
For now, President Donald Trump can fully enforce his immigration travel ban against six majority-Muslim countries, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
"There's no real danger to America from refugees who've gone through our vetting system," Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut said.
Its "flavorful splash removes foul executive orders."
The Chinese artist and dissident spoke to Newsweek about Trump's policies, the Guggenheim's decision to pull artwork and how the world has failed refugees.
"To work with this administration in any capacity is to normalize it, and all of the hate and bigotry it represents," Reshma Saujani wrote in an op-ed.
Chad has been fighting Boko Haram and Al-Qaeda for years, but Trump says it's not playing ball with Washington.
With the travel ban and border wall stalled, Trump turns to cruelty to keep immigrants out.