Trump‘s Executive Order on Immigration is Defending by White House

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By Drew Angerer/Getty.

As the White House weathers an enduring barrage of criticism for the executive order signed by Donald Trump on Friday that suspended the refugee program and barred the entry of non-United States residents from seven majority-Muslim countries, top advisors have turned to muddled defenses and tried to downplay the impact of the president’s action, which advocates said incited an “all hands on deck” crisis and resulted in the new administration’s first legal roadblock.

During an interview with NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday morning, White House Chief-of-Staff Reince Priebus pushed back…


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