Again, massive protests in US against Trumps category
In the United States are people Sunday again flocking the streets again to protest against the president, Donald Trump entered here without permission. The ban affects people in seven countries, including Iran and Syria.
Among other things, In New York, Boston and Washington, followed Sunday, a second wave of spontaneous demonstrations. The statue of liberty in New York came a lot of people together. The mass of about ten thousand people moved then in a march to the office of the immigration service in New York.
Various media reports of tens of thousands of people throughout the country in the streets to protest. Especially at airports and government buildings are many large demonstrations.
In the Raleigh-Durham Airport in North Carolina was a demonstration by the police aborted because there are too many people attracted. According to the police they could no longer vouch for the safety, reports CNN.
Cops are trying to herd ppl on the buses out of the #rduprotest A lot of ppl don’t seem to be going anywhere tho.. #NoBanNoWall
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President Trump defended Sunday to reiterate its policy on the re-entry ban. He stressed again that the re-entry ban is not directed against muslims, but to America to protect against terrorists. However, said Trump again visa to go grant after verifying that all the new security measures are properly implemented.
Trump gets a lot of criticism on the policy, even from his own Republican party. Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the commission of Foreign Affairs of the senate, suggested Sunday that the implementation of the new rules are not properly carried out by the government.
The human rights organisation ACLU reports Sunday that 150,000 new members have been reported. Also, there is approximately ten million dollars in donations has come in. The organization won the Sunday a lawsuit which the category is partially and temporarily was blocked.
Anthony Romero, the executive director of the organization, told Yahoo News that there is an unprecedented public reaction. “I’ve never seen anything like it, people want to get involved and fight against the policy,” said Romero.
Judge blocks plans Trump for entry
Canada people in the country stranded by the entry of a temporary residence permit, grant, told the Canadian minister of immigration, Ahmed Hussen Sunday during a press conference.
“I assure those who are in Canada are stranded that I use my power as a minister and will employ them to ensure that a temporary residence permit if they need it,” said Hussen.
State attorneys generals
Iraq and Iran have threatened American citizens to refuse if the united states policy to continue. World leaders, including British prime minister Theresa May, have said it does not agree with the policy of Trump. Prime minister Rutte says the decision by Trump to regret.
Attorneys general from sixteen American states have Sunday protested against the decree of Trump. They turn in a joint statement against the decision of Trump.
The signatories include the procurators of important states as California, New York and Pennsylvania. In the statement that the attorneys general will seek to accommodate as few people as possible to suffer under the chaotic situation created by the decree arise.
Protests against Trumps category
At O’hara Airport in Chicago were protests against the entry of president Donald Trump.
Also at other airports in the US have a lot of people gathered
A federal judge decided that people who had landed with a valid visa should not be deported.
President Trump has the vluchtelingenprogramma for at least 120 days to shut down.
Also at the airport Sunday evening to protest against the entry of Us president Donald Trump.
For the main entrance of the airport held a crowd signs up with texts such as ‘refugees welcome’.
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Protest at Schiphol airport
More than seventy activists have Sunday night for the entrance of Schiphol airport demonstrated against the view that president Donald Trump has set up for citizens of seven muslim countries.
The protesters had permission from the mayor of Haarlemmermeer, where the airport is, to demonstrate. When she out into the hall went, they were by the police arrested and then sent outside.
A person has been arrested by the police for contempt. According to a spokesperson of the state police is the demonstration quietly expired. The demonstrators carried signs with texts such as ‘Trump psychopath’ and ‘Stop Trump and Wilders’.
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