President Trump has signed a flurry of executive orders during his first week in office and apparently he isn't done yet. He is expected to sign a series of executive actions related to national security as early as Friday. One is related to combating ISIS and others will impact U.S. refugee policy, according to a White House official.
NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson reports that the actions include a 120-day moratorium on any new refugees entering the United States to give the government time to come up with a plan that prioritizes Christians suffering from religious persecution.
Another action would indefinitely block new Syrian refugees from entering the United States. There will be a 30-day ban on immigration from seven countries with predominantly Muslim populations: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen and Sudan.
There were around 200,000 people who went to D.C. for the “Women’s March” on Saturday, many of whom probably didn’t realize the organizer of the event has ties to terrorism.
Linda Sarsour is a Pro-Palestine Muslim activist with ties to the terrorist group Hamas. She also wants Sharia law instilled in America. (via Daily Caller)