President Donald Trump has already promised to appeal the 9th Circuit court’s decision to block his Immigration order.
But now he is going even more further.
He has just announced a new executive order in response.
“We are appealing that and we are going further. We are issuing a new executive action next week that will comprehensively protect our country. We can tailor the new order to that decision and get just about everything, and in some ways more. We have some of the best lawyers in the countries working on it, and that will be done sometime this week, toward the beginning or middle at the latest part,” President Trump said.
“We have also taken steps to begin construction of the Keystone Pipeline and Dakota Access Pipelines. Thousands and thousands of jobs, and put new buy American measures in place to require American steel for American pipelines. In other words, they build a pipeline in this country, and we use the powers of government to make that pipeline happen, we want them to use American steel.”
“And they are willing to do that, but nobody ever asked before I came along. Even this order was drawn and they didn’t say that.”
He continued: “And I’m reading the order, I’m saying, why aren’t we using American steel? And they said, that’s a good idea, we put it in. To drain the swamp of corruption in Washington, D.C., I’ve started by imposing a five-year lobbying ban on White House officials and a lifetime ban on lobbying for a foreign government.”
According to our source, Subject Politics, a federal law says that the government can stop issuing visas to countries that are deemed “uncooperative” because they refuse to take back their citizens when the United States tried to deport them. About five countries out of the seven countries that are on President Trump’s target list, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia and Sudan, are on that list, according to a new data obtained by the Immigration Reform Law Institute.
“Each of these countries either cannot or are unwilling to take back their citizens, all of whom have either violated our immigration laws or committed crimes against our own. For that reason alone, the Trump administration can and should put a complete halt to their visa privileges. In fact, the law requires it,” said Ian Smith, investigative associate at the IRLI.
President Donald Trump is searching for new options after federal courts halted most of his extreme vetting executive order, which tried to pause the refugee program and halt all admissions from seven terrorist-connected countries, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
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