More than 130 foreign policy experts have denounced President Donald Trump’s revised immigration order halting travel from six predominantly Muslim countries.
In a letter on Saturday, the 134 experts said the revised order would “jeopardize our relationships with allies and partners on whom we rely for vital counter-terrorism cooperation and information-sharing.”
Among the signatories were Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Michael Dempsey, the acting director of national intelligence.
The officials argued that welcoming Muslim refugees and travelers could help expose lies from terrorists that claim the US is at war with Islam.
Trump signed the revised order last week after his January’s directive faced multiple challenges in the courts in many states.
People from Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and Libya will face a 90-day entry ban….