"The opposition parties know they are not in a position to take power democratically, so the only choice they have is to destabilise the situation in the country. To be more precise, this means provoking bloodshed and seeing it through to a regime change."
In the latest legal setback for the President, moments ago Trump’s latest attempt to temporarily bar new immigrants and refugees from six Muslim-majority nations was blocked by Hawaii District Judge Derrick Watson, pushing the young administration toward a second defeat on one of the president’s core campaign platforms.
Washington state, together with New York And Oregon, will file a restraining order against President Trump's revamped travel ban, a move which could foreshadow a potential legal showdown between the administration and a wave of challenges to the controversial executive order.
Homeland Security's Secretary Kelly, Secretary of State Tillerson, and AG Sessions will be unveiling the Trump administration's all new and improved immigration plan to replace its previous executive order that was suspended by the courts.
Moments ago, Kellyanne Conway confirmed that President Donald Trump will sign a new executive order on immigration Monday, which as Reuters reported earlier, will remove Iraq from the list of countries targeted in the travel ban and will exempt green card holders from its provisions.
"We need representatives to sift through what the U.S. government says and what the media reports to find out for themselves the truth, the shades of truth and the untruths... Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is a rare member of Congress willing to take heat for challenging U.S. 'regime change' projects..."
In what some might call a 'win' for President Trump, Canadian immigration officials warn they are experiencing a "big surge [of refugees] coming across the border" with many of them proclaiming their distrust and fear of President Trump.
The federal judge who halted President Donald Trump's travel ban was wrong in stating that no one from the seven countries targeted in Trump's order has been arrested for extremism in the United States since the 2001 terrorist attacks. In fact, as a new report finds, 72 individuals from those countries have been convicted of terrorism since 9/11.
Peter Springare, the veteran Swedish cop who dropped a bit too much truth earlier this week in an epic Facebook rant about migrant crime in his country, is now, to our complete shock, under investigation for "hate speech."