Something Big is Happening Worldwide — Hundreds of people protested Saturday evening at Los Angeles International Airport against President Donald Trump’s order banning immigrants and refugees of certain Muslim countries from coming into the U.S. Protests take place in cities across the U.S., but the Trump administration is showing no signs of backing down.
The executive order from President Donald Trump temporarily banning refugees and travellers to the US from seven Muslim-majority countries – Syria, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen – has faced widespread condemnation.
President Trump and aides spent Sunday defending their ban on refugees from seven Middle East countries, all in the face of lawsuits, congressional criticism, and mass protests across the United States. Judges across the country issued rulings blocking parts of Trump’s travel ban order pending what will likely be months of litigation. Meanwhile, even some Republican lawmakers questioned the new policy, and anti-Trump protesters congregated in airports and public spaces coast-to-coast, including Lafayette Square in front of the White House.
President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday directing the Homeland Security department to allocate funds for a wall along the Mexican border. He also wants the department to complete a comprehensive security study within 180 days. He also meets with auto industry leaders after sending a clear message on trade. The president signed a memo taking the U.S. out of the TPP trade deal, keeping a campaign promise.
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Bible Verse For Today: Luke 21:36
Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.
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