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'It was a horrible experience, and I'm glad that it worked out, and I still believe in the U.S.'
'I don't think there is much I can do about it. It's all in the hands of President Trump.'
'Wow,' the President of the United States in 2018 tweeted in response to the ruling.
The proclamation places full or partial restrictions on North Korea and Venezuela as well as Chad, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen.
"Indeed, grandparents are the epitome of close family members," the judge ruled.
The ban could single out grandparents, grandchildren and other relatives of US citizens hoping to enter the country.
The night before aspects of the ban go back into effect.
A projected drop in foreign tourism could lead to the city losing out on a chunk of tax money, an official from NYC & Company testifies yesterday.
28 people slept outside in the cold rain last night in hopes of raising support for refugees all around the world.
Two hundred people made a big visual statement against president Trump's travel ban orders and anti-Muslim rhetoric.
JFK's Terminal 4 is providing lawyers with tables, chairs and power strips starting tonight.
"They have tweaked the ban, but at the end of the day they are still targeting six countries, each of which has a Muslim population of over 90 percent."
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