On Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump signed an order to ban foreign nationals from seven Muslim-majority nations, including those with green cards for the U.S. However, with numerous people detained at airports and dozens of protests across the country, not to mention a federal stay on the ban, White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said this morning, "As far as green card holders moving forward, [the ban] doesn’t affect them."

While the Washington Post says it "appeared" that Priebus was walking back the order, it was a definite change. Even The Only Real News Outlet Around, Fox News, reported that "A U.S. federal law enforcement official says any non-U.S. citizen from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia or Yemen is now barred from entering the United States. That covers legal permanent residents -- green card holders -- and visa-holders from those seven countries who are out of the United States after Friday... They cannot return to the U.S. for 90 days."

The Wall Street Journal has this damning lede on their coverage of the unfolding chaos, "Scientists, business travelers and grandmothers were among those trapped at U.S. airports or diverted in transit to the U.S. Saturday as the impact of an executive order reverberated around the globe."

Here's Priebus on Meet the Press:

Senator John McCain wasn't happy.

Trump, meanwhile, has stood by his order: