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Everyone Against Trump As Protests Gets Tougher


Jan 30, 2017


It is no longer news of the Trumps EXECUTIVE ORDER- THE TRAVEL BAN; presidents of different nations, heads of state, and high ranked dignitaries have started to share their views on the subject matter.

Hordes of protesters gathered at airports across the United States, carrying signs, welcoming international arrivals and chanting anti-Trump slogans.

It is the second weekend of Trump's presidency; it was the second weekend in a row of mass protests -- following on the heels of anti-Trump women's marches in Washington and cities around the world.

And the protests extended beyond airports. Throngs of people were gathering Sunday afternoon outside the White House. Crowds also were forming in Boston's Copley Square, at Battery Park in Manhattan and at airports in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Washington and Dallas, with more planned elsewhere.

The President Trump administration is going to cause a #rd word war if not properly handled one of the dignitaries have said.

Even those with Resident permit are not allowed to travel out of the country for whatever reason they may have as any traveling made by those leaving in the US and from the Aforementioned 7 countries will not be allowed back into the country.

In another vein there is being series of protest have been taking place in almost all parts of US and in other countries.

People have come out to say all sorts of things, as some have said it is a bridge of rights, while others say it is oppression, yet others, it is Religious.

President Donald Trump enters the second week of his presidency facing a growing political backlash -- with protesters in the streets,

President Trump has said "This is not about religion -- this is about terror and keeping our country safe," Lawsuits mounting and his own party fracturing over his executive order banning travel to the United States from seven Muslim-majority nations.

There has being protests in most major airports in the US concerning the order and because Trump's administration had reportedly not allowed career Homeland Security Department staff to see the executive order.

In a joint statement, Arizona Sen. John McCain and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham earlier Sunday had called Trump's travel ban a "self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism."

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, called it "the ultimate display of mistrust." Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, said the order "has been poorly implemented, especially with respect to green card holders."

Sixteen Democratic state attorneys general issued a joint statement calling Trump's move "unconstitutional, un-American and unlawful" and vowing to fight it in court.

Democratic House and Senate leaders have planned a protest outside the Supreme Court for 6 p.m. ET Monday.

What do you think? Is Trump going to revert the ban, or will the people get used to it and accept their fate? Or will there be a war?



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