"Twenty million people have died because of nationalism in Europe," Guy Verhofstadt said.
Former CIA officer argues the U.S. is de facto declaring war on Islam—'to no useful purpose.'
"The Muslim ban is just the latest example of someone who couldn't be more out of touch with our country."
Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, residents say the president was right to bar refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations.
President claims visas will be issued again in 90 days as criticism mounts domestically and abroad.
More than 100 cases have been filed, and four federal judges have ruled against parts of the president's executive order.
'Canadian tech companies understand the power of inclusion and diversity of thought, and that talent and skill know no borders,' says a letter signed by more than 200.
Courts in New York, Massachusetts, Virginia and Washington all issue emergency stays protecting travelers detained at U.S. airports.
Although the president has suggested Christians would get priority, refugees face same troubles getting visas.
Opposition voiced from from Europe, North America, Middle East, Asia.
The ruling was cheered at several major U.S. airports where protesters angry with Trump's order gathered.
Intelligence veterans say the president's order strips a valuable tool from agents seeking to attract informants.
President has 'obliterated one of our country's most virtuous tenets' and crushed the American Dream for thousands who sought a better life.
President has temporarily barred travelers from 7 Muslim-majority nations, as well as all refugees, from entering the U.S.
"We only want to admit those into our country who will support our country and love deeply our people," Trump said.
Florida Senator and former presidential candidate also said gun control not the right approach.