After exposed Obama, Bush, and Clinton's previous anti-immigration actions amid the backlash against President Trump's executive orders, administration senior adviser Kellyanne Conway appeared on CNBC this morning and was visibly angry at the "information underload" from the mainstream media and bullhorn-touting, crying politicians.
The Islamic Republic of Iran conducted a nuclear ballistic missile test on Sunday, US officials told Fox News. This would appear to be yet another apparent violation of a United Nations resolution and President Obama's much-heralded nuclear deal.
In the latest fallout from Trump's Friday executive order on immigration, the US embassies in Berlin and the UK have suspended visa issuance to nationals from the affected seven countries including dual nationals.
"One of the most amazing features of this color revolution against Trump is the fact that those behind it don’t give a damn about the damage that their war against Trump does to the institution of the President of the United States and, really, to the United States as a whole. That damage is, indeed, immense and the bottom line is this: President Trump is in immense danger of being overthrown and his only hope for survival is to strike back hard and fast."
"My policy is similar to what President Obama did in 2011 when he banned visas for refugees from Iraq for six months. The seven countries named in the Executive order are the countries previously identified by President as sources of terror... this is not about religion."
The Department of Homeland Security issued a statement early Sunday saying that they plan on continuing to “enforce all of the president’s executive orders in a manner that ensures the safety and security of the American people.”
War broke out between the Judicial and Executive branches shortly before 9pm on Saturday evening, when federal judge Ann Donnelly in Brooklyn issued an emergency stay halting Trump's executive order banning immigrants, saying removing the refugees would cause "irreparable harm."
The Inauguration of the billionaire property developer and businessman Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States has ushered in a new era in American politics and international standing.
The State Department and Customs and Border Patrol were still devising the formal rules for who is eligible for waivers from Trump's refugee and travel ban. The Trump administration also has yet to issue guidance to airports and airlines on how to implement the executive order. "Nobody has any idea what is going on," a senior Homeland Security official told NBC News.
President Trump is set to unveil three new executive orders at 3pm on Saturday which according to the White House press pool will include an order to reorganize the National Security Council's procedures and structure, an order to make the White House's NSC more adaptive to cyber threats, and will also seek a Joint Chiefs plan to defeat the Islamic State.
"While respecting the American people and distinguishing between them and the hostile policies of the U.S. government, Iran will implement the principle of reciprocity until the offensive U.S. limitations against Iranian nationals are lifted," an Iranian Foreign Ministry statement said.