Trump has promised new measures to protect U.S. national security

Donald trump and Shinzo Abe

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Donald trump promised to “quickly” to take new steps to protect the national security of the country. The statement followed a day later after the court of appeal refused to restore his immigration decree

Statement of the American President Donald trump followed on Friday, February 10, during a joint press conference with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, reports Associated Press.

What it will measure, trump is not called. “We will take steps that will continue to make our country safe,” he promised trump. “It happens quickly. We will not allow to get into our country those people who seek to harm our citizens”, – said the President of the United States.

Trump also expressed confidence that his administration will succeed in court to seek recovery of the immigration Ordinance. “Ultimately, I have no doubt that we will win this is a special case,” he said.

On the eve of the U.S. court of appeals upheld the decision of Federal judges to suspend the migration of the decree, according to which, in particular, in the United States was denied entry to citizens from seven countries with a predominantly Muslim population.

Earlier, commenting on the decision, trump called it “shameful.”

We are talking about trump’s decree, signed on January 27. The document, in particular, has temporarily suspended the program for reception, and introduced a 90-day ban on entry to USA citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Trump himself said that the decree is not directed against Muslims. However, the President’s decision provoked criticism among his opponents and sparked a wave of protests in the United States and in other countries.

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