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Alexa Fernandez writes about how Hillary Clinton tweeted 3-0. Hillary Clinton tweeted this because of the three judges who suspended the Travel Ban. Hillary Clinton does not support the ban and believes that it should not be put in.
At the SAG Awards, Ashton Kutcher talks about how the people that are stuck in the airports should be allowed in America. Julia Louisiana tells her story of being a child of an illegal immigrant. The reason why her father fled his country of France. This ban is not who America is or should be. William H. Macy is a person who does support the Travel Ban that Trump created he agrees that it should be put in place. The cast of strange things wants to help the immigrants that are stood and give them shelter to be there to help.
Julie Vitkovskaya, Kayla Epstein, Kevin Uhrmacher and Samuel Granadosare all actors who wrote about temporarily excluding the ban that Present Trump put into place on January 27th. Donald Trump is making it harder for people to get their visas so that he can lower the likely hood of terrorist from entering the country. The visa process doesn't always work due to an incident that happened where a person from a country can in not influenced by the travel ban got into the airport as a hijacker. The travel ban is not about your religions so it is not just against Muslims but it is for terrorist. The whole reason the travel ban is put in place is to keep our country safe. The United States is not going to allow refugees into our country because of how trump cut the number of refugees we as a country are going to take in.
Elissa Strauss is against having the travel ban because of how it is separating families or even having children separated from their parents. Elissa Strauss gives the example of the White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, replying to a 5-year-old boy being left in the airport. Even though some families are on Visa they are still not safe to stay or may even be broken apart as Dr. Abubaker Hassan tells ProPublica. Dr. Abubaker talks about how his wife is going to Qatar with their infant daughter. His wife is on a visa and their daughter was born in the United States but they can't get back home to him. The ban is stopping her from getting back to the United States because she is on a visa. Parents are having to make better decisions. How will families stay together?
Mark Ford talks about an organization who has supported refugee children since the 1980's. This organization work has brought over 6,000 unaccompanied minors to the United States. Now that Trump trump has put this ban in place it has stopped this organization from help the unaccompanied minors in. By bringing them here it is a way to find them safe foster families with organization help provide that for the minors. Most of the unaccompanied minors end up losing their families as they are trying to flee out of their country. Most of the ones who make to the United States are minors because parents want to get their children out of the situation. President Trump's new travel ban is affecting the way fostering and adoption case is being handled now and making it hard to accomplish. Fro right now they have put the case on hold until the government can determine what to do.
The face of the people that Trumps lives are changing. The articles show the big impacts that the Travel Ban is making on families. Lyric Lewin speaks with 14 people that have been affected by the ban and tells you their stories. the travel ban has separate families in so many different ways as the people tell you. There is a girl named Raya Bidshahri, she has a students visa and she is graduating from college. Her family can't even come see her accomplished a big they in her life because of the travel ban. So the travel ban is stopping people from their families get to see the big moments in their lives. There are so many other Ways trump's travel ban is breaking up families. One of the people from the article talks about how they rather go to a new country because and not in the United States.