President Trump’s Immigration Order Impact: ‘As Legally Correct Place as Possible’

President Trump issued an executive order barring nationals from Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Iraq from traveling to the United States for 90 days. The ban also blocks immigrants who lack proper visas from staying in the country for another 120 days. The move was signed as part of Trump’s revised “travel ban” which was announced on the same day. Watch Chris Stirewalt and Kimberly Guilfoyle weigh in with their thoughts on how it affects you.

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Trump’s travel ban affects certain Americans in the most meaningful way to them: Their U.S. passports.

On Wednesday, the president issued an executive order banning nationals from Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Iraq from traveling to the United States for 90 days.

If a person is not a U.S. citizen or has a green card, the order, suspended until March 15, bars them from entering the country.

Fox News contributor Ravi Kumra explains the Trump order and its impact to Americans.

Chris Stirewalt weighs in with the reaction to Trump’s latest move.

President Trump’s latest executive order puts it in “as legally correct place as possible,” Parsi said.

“Those who remain uninsured will say they don’t like this particular policy but at the end of the day, because the policy is illegal, the way to wind it down is through federal lawsuits,” Parsi said.

“There are a lot of people, I think, with just legitimate concerns about the legality of this policy,” he added.

What’s your reaction to the travel ban? Watch the full segment above and weigh in below.

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