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– The Donald Trump / Twitter.com President Donald trump has signed an executive order to ban travel from seven Muslim majority countries and suspend the US Refugee Admissions Program.
It was a controversial move that was met with condemnation and criticism from the political class.
In a statement released by the Whitehouse, a spokesperson said that the order would be rescinded upon receipt of the Congressional Review Act, which is a procedure in the US Senate that allows Congress to overturn executive actions that are not supported by the legislative branch.
“The Executive Order issued today is a step in the right direction.
It is a clear step to protect our country from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism and we will work closely with the Congress to fully implement this order as soon as possible,” the statement read.
Trump signed the order on Wednesday, which temporarily banned immigration from Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen and Chad.
It also banned travellers from Iran, Iraq, Libya and Somalia.
Trump said that he would begin the process of revoking visas to citizens of Syria, Sudan and Iran on Friday.
The US has said that its policy against the three countries is based on the UN Security Council Resolution adopted in January 2018, which bans travel to Syria and other members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
Trump signed another executive order on Tuesday that suspended the US refugee program and said that it would be implemented “as soon as practicable”.
The order suspended the refugee program for 120 days and said the US would provide additional funds for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE).
The President also announced that the US was pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, saying it is “not in the national security interest of the country”.
Trump, who was at the time president-elect of the U.S., made the announcement in an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd.
“I’m very proud of the decision we made in Paris,” Trump said.
“We were able to do it because we had a great economy and people want to go out and do business and bring jobs and opportunities to our country.”
The President said that while he did not like the accord, he did think it was a great agreement.
“But what I did not realize was that the Paris Accord was not going to last long.
It didn’t last long,” he said.
“It was going to crumble.”
The Paris Accord aims to curb global warming by curbing greenhouse gas emissions and curbing power plant emissions.
The Trump administration, which has been criticized for not implementing a number of key provisions, has said it will not implement any of them.
The White House said that in addition to halting the refugee resettlement programme, the Trump administration was withdrawing the US from the Paris accord.
“In the coming weeks, the President will formally withdraw the United State from the COP21 climate change accord,” the White house said.
A White House spokesperson said the withdrawal of the refugee programme will also apply to all foreign visitors who were already approved to enter the country.
“The White Houses Refugee Admit Program, which provides a safe, orderly, and cost-effective way to resettle refugees in the United States, is a vital tool for the protection of American workers and taxpayers, and this withdrawal is consistent with our commitment to our citizens