April 21, 2020
By Jason Hopkins
President Donald Trump declared that he would be banning immigration into the United States, drawing strong reactions from both sides of the immigration debate, but also leaving the public wondering about what such an order will exactly mean.
The president, in a Monday night tweet, said he would be issuing an executive order to suspend immigration into the United States, saying such a move would protect American workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, neither the administration nor the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has stipulated on the particulars of such an order. Read the full story at Daily Caller.
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