A short history of Trump using the word 'ban'

A short history of Trump using the word 'ban'

A short history of Trump using the word 'ban'

"But they're not the only game in town anymore". Last week, Spicer was unable to say whether Trump would keep in place President Obama's 2014 executive order barring anti-LGBT employment discrimination among federal contractors. "Making and Shaping the News from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue".

Technology added an historic wrinkle to Wednesday's White House press briefing. The event was live streamed on Facebook. "It's not a travel ban", Spicer told reporters in a heated, Orwellian exchange.

Mr. Trump abruptly hung up 25 minutes into what was supposed to be an hourlong call with Mr. Turnbull after lamenting an agreement in which the US was to take in 1,250 refugees from an Australian detention center, The Washington Post reported Wednesday. Critics questioned if Trump really knew exactly who Douglass was and if, in fact, he knew if he had died more than 120 years ago. We have to think that if he starts off his presidency spouting lies, where will the lies end? The next day Mr. Spicer took to the White House briefing room podium to say Mr. Trump's inauguration had the largest viewership in history.

Lashing out at the erstwhile Obama-administration for the move, the official said that "the President was unbelievably disappointed to have inherited the deal".

It is a fact that President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Friday banning Muslim immigration to the United States - and an "alternative fact" to claim that it isn't. Oh, wait. that was actually Tina Fey spoofing Palin on Saturday Night Live, but in the spirit of the courageous new world of "alternative facts" ushered in by the Trump administration, I'm just going to go ahead and insist that Palin actually said it. Take that, lamestream media! As the Wall Street Journal reports, of the 161 people charged with jihadist terrorism-related crimes or who died before being charged since 2001, only 11 were identified as being from the seven countries included in Trump's executive order - Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Yemen, Sudan, and Somalia.

"And I think the United States needs to make sure that they understand that if they act out of provisions of the agreement, that we are going to act", Spicer told MSNBC host Greta Van Susteren.

But Mr Trump has threatened to end the period of improving relations. The order that tells the U.S. government what policies to implement, or what Sean Spicer tells the press?

The US is reviewing its policy with Cuba, the White House said today without elaborating any further. It's working out very nicely, "said Trump". He and Trump both used the word "ban" well before he said that.

Mr Pyne concedes the deal is not one President Trump would have made if he was in office and he obviously doesn't like it.

Trump promised "immediate action" on cyber security during his campaign.

Journalists have struggled with how to cover Mr. Trump. "Call it what you want, it is about keeping bad people (with bad intentions) out of country!" He said he feels that too many reporters approach press conferences in search of soundbites and "gotcha" headlines, and that he welcomes the opportunity to bring in what he described as a more patient, thoughtful perspective.

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