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Printed 11:05 a.m. ET Jan. 28, 2017 | Updated 1 minute ago


Iran suggests U.S. citizens are no longer welcome in the country.

Donald Trump’s very first 7 days in business was a dizzying one in which the new president appeared to be in perpetual movement, signing fifteen government actions, speaking to 11 entire world leaders and visiting three federal companies.

There was no permitting up on the action Saturday, which turned into a total functioning working day at the White Property, as refugees have been stopped from boarding U.S.-certain planes and criticism in excess of the president’s most current government get blossomed.

The order suspends the entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, halts the admission of refugees from Syria indefinitely and bars entry for three months to people from the predominantly Muslim countries of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.

Here is a swift appear to assistance you maintain up with all the news:

Stranded travelers and their families choose to Twitter

People are sharing tales of family and good friends stranded all in excess of the entire world as a result of President Trump’s momentary ban on immigrants. On Twitter, individuals posted tales of stranded college students in Iran, visitors overseas unable to return residence and canceled visits with family.

Advocacy group flooded with 1,000 phone calls amid ‘complete chaos’

Abed Ayoud, lawful and plan director for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, explained they’ve received more than 1,000 phone calls by midday Saturday from individuals who have been stranded or detained in the U.S. and overseas. He explained lawful immigrants who have been touring abroad to show up at funerals and go to family when the president signed his get are now unable to return to the U.S.

Foreigners studying at U.S. universities who have been component of analyze overseas programs are also caught. Even Customs and Border Defense agents are bewildered about how to handle Trump’s get and responding in unique ways, he explained. “The effects of what President Trump was looking for is in total impact,” Ayoud explained. “Complete chaos.”

Ban stops Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi from heading to Oscars

President Trump’s refugee ban is barring entry to a film director for this year’s Oscars. Two-time Oscar nominee Asghar Farhadi, who wrote and directed The Salesman, Iran’s entry for ideal overseas-language film, would not be in a position to attain authorization to enter the Usa for the Academy Awards on Feb. 26 until specific authorization is granted.

Refugees stopped from boarding U.S.-certain planes, detained at U.S. airports

Trump’s temporary ban on refugees from seven Muslim-the greater part countries has immediately taken hold. Cairo airport officials say seven U.S.-certain migrants — six from Iraq and a person from Yemen — have been stopped Saturday from boarding an EgyptAir flight to New York’s JFK airport. In a independent incident, two Iraqi refugees arrived in the U.S. but have been detained at John F. Kennedy Global Airport. Other refugees or their families documented similar incidents on social media.

Iraqi refugee speaks out right after release

Hameed Khaldi Darweesh, who worked a translator for American forces for 10 years, was unveiled Saturday afternoon right after being held overnight following his arrival on a flight from Istanbul. He explained he feared he would be despatched again to Iraq, which his family fled in 2013 mainly because of demise threats. He explained he was targeted on the attorneys who received his release. “This is the soul of The usa,” Darweesh explained. “This is what pushed me to shift, to depart my country and come here. The usa is the land of flexibility.”

Amid the 11 still being held at the airport was another Iraqi refugee, Haider Sameer Abdulkhaleq Alshawi, who was striving to sign up for his wife and little one.

Refugee fallout all around the Usa

In New York, families deal with uncertainty and dread. In Arizona, “What I am scared of is that he is heading to divide us.” In Kentucky, the get is “devastating.”

Vacation uncertainty for tens of 1000’s

President Trump’s get prohibiting visa arrivals sparked concerns amongst Muslim and vacation teams about procedures for individuals who typically expended years applying for authorization to enter the U.S. The National Iranian American Council blasted Trump’s get and explained not a solitary man or woman has been killed in the U.S., this kind of as deadly attacks in San Bernardino or Orlando, by individuals from countries less than the ban. The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee urged citizens of the specific countries who are presently in the U.S. not to vacation overseas, for dread they won’t be allowed to return.

Initially lawful problems to Trump refugee ban filed

The American Civil Liberties Union suggests it has filed a lawsuit tough the get. The Council on American-Islamic Relations said it will file a federal lawsuit in the Japanese District of Virginia tough the constitutionality of the get. Separately, two attorneys filed the very first lawful problems to the ban on behalf of the two Iraqi refugees detained at JFK Global airport. One of the attorneys who tried out to meet up with with their purchasers at JFK explained he asked who he could discuss with to determine out what was heading on, according to a person lawsuit. “Call Mr. Trump,” replied an unidentified Customs and Border Defense agent, the match asserts.


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Ban sends shockwaves as a result of tech market

The order began hitting the tech market Saturday as Google CEO Sundar Pichai explained the shift impacts at the very least 187 of the Web giant’s team. “We’re concerned about the effects of this get and any proposals that could impose limitations on Googlers and their families, or that could create barriers to bringing great expertise to the U.S.,” Pichai explained in a memo to Google workforce very first documented by Bloomberg News and the Wall Road Journal. The conclusion is presently roiling the tech market, with affected workforce being urged to return to the U.S. and consult with corporate immigration authorities.

Trump phone calls a number of entire world leaders, with the most watched belonging to Putin

The president is scheduled to make a round of mobile phone phone calls to these entire world leaders: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President François Hollande and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Most watched will be the connect with with Putin, whose interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has led to questions about Trump’s romance to the Russian chief and strained Trump’s romance with the intelligence neighborhood. “I you should not know the gentleman,” Trump explained in a push conference Friday. “I hope we have a fantastic romance. That is probable and it can be also probable that we won’t. We will see what occurs.”


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President set to sign more government orders, potentially which includes voter fraud probe

Although the White Property has not disclosed the topics for Saturday, Trump experienced planned to sign a directive to the lawyer typical to look into voter fraud on Thursday, but the signing was postponed. Trump gave a quantity of interviews in his very first 7 days in which he insisted that he misplaced the well known vote only mainly because tens of millions of votes have been forged fraudulently. The spurious declare seems to be based on experiences of voter registration problems, but election officials of both of those functions say those problems are the result of out-of-date data and that actual voter fraud is extremely exceptional.


President Trump signed two more government actions when at the Pentagon for the swearing-in ceremony of his Secretary of Protection James Mattis.

‘Designated Survivor’ star Kal Penn reacts to slur with Syrian fundraiser

Kal Penn, who plays White Property push secretary Seth Wright on ABC’s Specified Survivor and who briefly worked in the Obama administration, has commenced a fundraising webpage in the title of a male who still left a racist comment on a person of his social-media accounts. And his stoner character from the Harold and Kumar movies would very likely approve of the project’s title: “Kal Penn’s Fundraiser: Donating to Syrian Refugees in the Name of the Dude Who Mentioned I Don’t Belong in The usa.”

Zuckerberg ‘concerned’ about Trump immigration plan

The usa is a country of immigrants and must be very pleased of it, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted Friday afternoon in a rebuke to President Trump. “We must also maintain our doorways open up to refugees and those who have to have assistance. That is who we are. Had we turned absent refugees a several decades ago, Priscilla’s family would not be here these days,” he wrote of his wife, Priscilla Chan, whose family have been refugees from China and Vietnam.

Point look at: President Trump’s very first 7 days on the career

Throughout his very first 7 days in business, President Donald Trump made a number of phony and misleading statements about the inauguration group measurement, voter fraud, the Affordable Care Act and other troubles. Here’s’s roundup of Trump’s very first total 7 days in business. For a more interactive appear, look at out Usa Today’s appear at Trump’s very first one hundred days in business.

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