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David French, staff writer of the National Review, makes the case in his latest article that while the roll out of the executive order was flawed, the reaction is overblown.

Lee Gelernt of the American Civil Liberties Union gives a legal analysis of the immigration ban. He is an attorney who helped get a federal judge to temporarily halt President Trump's bans.

John Bellinger, legal adviser for the National Security Council during President George W. Bush's first term, discusses why the move to elevate Steve Bannon to a full member is unusual.

The latest news on how President Donald Trump's ban on refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries is being carried out nationwide.

Trump administration officials Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer and Reince Preibus spoke on Sunday talk shows and defended the recent executive order barring refugees from entering the country.

Reaction is pouring in from across the country and around the world, after President Trump blocked citizens from certain countries from entering the US.

At the O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, confusion over the immigration executive order has travelers in limbo, with immigration lawyers rushing to the scene to help those affected.

The Doomsday Clock has inched closer to and farther from nuclear Armageddon since the Manhattan Project in 1947. On Thursday, the clock moved closer to Midnight — the closest it has been since 1954.

John Daniszewski from the Associated Press, Margaret Sullivan from The Washington Post and Elizabeth Spayd from The New York Times discuss the media's roll in covering this political climate.

President Donald Trump's refugee ban in the Middle East could be one of the first conflicts of interest for the president, as his bans avoided nations that he has business ties in.




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