I don’t like the new travel ban.
I am sick of it.
I was born in 1963, and I’m old enough to remember when the country of my birth was the most welcoming place in the world to people who weren’t white.
But this time around, the new ban is more dangerous than ever.
It’s worse than it was when I came here in 1963.
The new ban includes a number of new restrictions, but the most important is that it’s not just for Muslim travelers.
It includes people from all other faiths, as well.
These restrictions are based on the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” which was passed in 2015 to reverse a decades-long federal government policy that allowed discrimination against religious groups and their employees.
But it’s also based on a very specific interpretation of the law that has been used to discriminate against Muslim Americans in the past.
These policies have long been used by the religious right to limit the rights of minority groups and other groups, and the recent actions by President Trump are another reminder that this is a strategy that’s not working.
I’m going to continue to fight this new travel policy.
I will continue to advocate for fair immigration policy that honors the needs of the majority of Americans and doesn’t discriminate against any religion.
I’ll continue to push for an immigration system that welcomes people of every religion, but is respectful of the religious diversity of our country.
But I will also make clear that we must not let this new policy, this new ban, turn us into a nation of refugees.
I’ve been very clear that I want to be a nation where all Americans are welcome, and that means keeping out of the country any nation that would take advantage of our current refugee system, the very system that we created.
I know that this new vetting process is going to be very, very difficult, and we’ll see if we can get through it.
But as long as the government is in the business of deciding whether or not people are worthy of being here, we need to be doing everything we can to make sure they can be welcomed.
But we also need to make it clear that if people are trying to make a new life in this country, we will do everything in our power to make that a reality.
The White House has said that the new rules will only affect the first 50,000 people that enter the country.
They’ve said that people who were already in the country will have their visa requests processed, and if they don’t meet the requirements for a visa, they will be removed from the country for 90 days.
But if they still don’t make the initial screening and the next steps, they won’t be removed.
That means people with green cards who are already here are still likely to be detained.
The travel ban is still in effect.
But for the people who are still here, it’s a different situation.
They are now being detained for 90 or 120 days, while people who aren’t part of the new green card lottery will be able to stay for up to 90 days, and people with no green cards will be allowed to stay indefinitely.
Those people, in turn, are being detained indefinitely, and they are being kept in solitary confinement.
I think that’s a really dangerous precedent.
I also think that it is wrong to be detaining people indefinitely, for a purpose that is not for the purpose of getting a visa.
It is an abuse of power to detain people for a reason that is completely unrelated to whether they are getting a green card.
If you’re in the United States illegally, you’re not a legal permanent resident.
But when it comes to this new visa lottery, the government has gone back to the drawing board.
It says, “Let’s do this thing where we’re just saying, ‘Let’s put in a few more people into this lottery and let’s give them a few days of extra scrutiny,’ and then let’s move on.”
They’re saying, “Wait a minute, if you can’t come in for the first 60 days, we’ll give you an extra month, so that’s one extra day of extra screening.
We’ll then give you another month, and then you can come in and we can do the same thing again.”
But if you’ve already spent time in this lottery, that’s going to keep you from coming in for a year.
The same thing will be true for people who have had no prior deportation or removal.
I have been very careful about how I’ve approached this situation.
I haven’t talked to any people, and so far I have had very little interaction with anybody who’s been detained.
I just want to make clear, this is about the people.
It isn’t about the aliens.
It shouldn’t be about the immigrants.
And we’ve got to have this discussion.
We’ve got no choice.
I can’t promise you that the people that are detained will be released soon