The president’s travel ban has had a profound impact on the lives of many Americans.
Below, we look at how people are responding to the news.1.
Trump and the American public are divided over whether Trump’s travel bans are worth it.
While Trump has claimed that his ban is necessary to protect Americans from terrorist attacks, a survey by Quinnipiac University shows that only 37 percent of Americans think it is worth it to allow travel to the U.S. by people who are from majority Muslim countries.
Two-thirds of Americans do not believe that Trump’s executive order is “a good idea.”2.
The travel ban is not working.
A new Quinnipac University survey found that only 42 percent of U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) refugees admitted into the U, as of April 1, have been allowed into the country since Trump’s initial executive order.
Only 24 percent of Syrians have been granted refugee status, while only 6 percent of Iraqis and 11 percent of Afghans have been given refugee status.3.
The U.K. is not alone in its criticism of Trump’s first travel ban.
A Pew Research Center survey conducted this month showed that 78 percent of Britons think Trump’s order is not worth the cost.
Four out of five Britons think it should be scrapped, while one-third think it will have no effect on them personally.4.
The refugee ban will not work in the U and the U’s partners in Europe.
Many European countries are also against Trump’s ban.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that her country has already lost out on up to 3 million refugees, according to German newspaper Die Welt.
France has lost around half of its refugees and said it would continue to deport refugees.
European Union leaders are also pushing back on the travel restrictions.
The bloc’s top leaders met on Thursday in Brussels to discuss how to react to Trump’s latest travel ban while also trying to find common ground on how to resolve the crisis in Syria.5.
It is still unclear if the travel bans will be lifted.
On Friday, Trump told reporters at the White House that the U the U-S-VISIT ban will be “back in the courts and it will be back in court within the next week or two.”
His administration has yet to respond to a court order to lift the ban.6.
Many people will be disappointed by the outcome.
Many of the most affected countries will still not be able to travel to and from the U., as well as the U.-K., U-Aus and many other European countries.
However, some countries are already planning to resettle their citizens back into the United States.
The United States has been home to more than 60,000 Syrian refugees, many of whom are now living in the United Kingdom.7.
Some refugees will be able return to the United U-K.
After Trump signed his travel ban on Friday, the United Nations High Commissioner to Refugees announced that it would begin resettling its Syrian refugees in the UK.
A British government spokesman said that the government will also offer financial support to help refugees move back to the country after Trump’s second travel ban was lifted.8.
There are many positives to Trump and his travel bans.
The administration’s travel restrictions will help to make the United states safer, and will help ease the strain on our immigration system.
But for many refugees, the ban will only serve to deepen their hardships.
The ban will hurt U.W. workers and students, many people from the Middle East and Africa, and women who have experienced violence in their countries of origin.
For people like me who have family members and friends who have fled from the violence in Syria, the travel restriction will only be a setback.