“It’s cruel and stupid”: what the media are writing about the immigration act trump

The US President Donald trump

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27 January US President Donald trump has signed a decree banning entry to the United States to citizens of the seven middle Eastern countries. This caused protests in the country and abroad. What you write about foreign media — a review of RBC

CNN

“We are talking about religion. Trump said in an interview with broadcaster CBN (Christian broadcasting) when he vowed that he will allow Christians but not Muslims to leave the stop-list of countries entering the United States from which the refugees is prohibited. “If you are a Muslim, you can come,’ said the tramp, — but if the Christian, this becomes impossible.” And this is an absolute lie: according to Pew Research, in 2016 in the United States to the status of refugees arrived more than 37 thousand Christians and nearly 40 thousand of Muslims.”

The Guardian

“Choosing trump President, the Americans made a terrible. But just now they’re starting to get a sense of what happened. And no matter what he says, though he says terrible things — it is important that he does. His actions make you wonder whether America can afford the Board a President for four years and what it portends. On Friday, the Day of remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust, after the visit of Theresa may to the White house trump crossed the line that had no right to cross. He signed the immigration Ordinance, prohibiting Syrian refugees and refugees from seven other predominantly Muslim countries enter the U.S. within the next 90 days. It is a cruel, stupid and bigoted act, designed to hurt and divide”.

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Al Jazeera

“Trump continues what he started during the election campaign. He throw dust in the eyes, that forgot all about his campaign promises. But this does not mean that these diversions are not dangerous. On the contrary, they are dangerous to the communities addressed. But just as they are dangerous for supporters to trump that with these walls and prohibitions will remain far behind.”

The New York Times

“After the inauguration of trump and his immigration act, Americans will cease to be a nation, which had opened to the world and all those in need, and this was not even after the September 11 attacks. <…> The tramp is not the first President whose actions surprise of supporters and opponents and change the existing order. But in the case trump the feeling that the pursuit of changes pushed their thinking through the possible consequences.”

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Protests in new York against the decree trump on refugees

Hundreds of new Yorkers on Saturday, January 28, staged a protest at the international airport named after John F. Kennedy against the new decree of the President of the United States Donald trump on immigration…

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The Atlantic

“It will be even worse, as the power is intoxicating trump and his entourage. It is likely to end badly: protests, increasing violence, the breakdown of international economic relations, the collapse of major alliances or even war (possibly with China) will be the top of what we already have. No surprise, if the term of the trump won’t be over in four or eight years, and much earlier by impeachment or ouster under the 25th amendment. The sooner Americans realize this, the better.”

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