WHO WILL PRESENT THE TRUMP INVOICE?
Visas affected by Donald Trump now number 100,000. That's the number of people who can not travel to the US in about a week. Inconceivable.
For these and many other reasons Trump is facing resistance from sovereign bodies and heads of government in Europe and other parts of the world.
Today the European Parliament has rejected the ambassador Trump has appointed to that European highest body. Yesterday the Australian prime minister showed his displeasure at Trump's policies on refugees and breaking the agreement between Australia and the US on this issue.
Other heads of government, all over the world, are criticizing Trump on the issue of refugees and visas he is refusing and withdrawing after they have been granted. To the world Trump represents a man without honorable hair that drags in his policies of closing the prestige of the USA.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations has also spoken unfavorably against the measures enacted by the Trump administration, even stating that this is not how Trump manages to control terrorism.
For various reasons Trump is cornering himself as if in a roundabout with his isolationist policies and revelations of the wills of a selfish, narcissistic individual, which has nothing like what the US has meant to the world for centuries. Resistance to Trump seems to come in strength from many countries in the world that were once unconditional US allies. The losses will pile up. It is then up to the Americans to present the invoice to Trump. The time you spend with these ongoing policies will make this proof. Who will present the invoice to Trump?
Then read The Washington Post article on the 100,000 lives that were affected to a lesser or greater extent by Donald Trump, the White House monster.
Mark Lane, in Washington DC for TA
Government reveals over 100,000 visas revoked due to travel ban
By Rachel Weiner – The Washington Post
Over 100,000 visas have been revoked as a result of President Trump’s ban on travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries, an attorney for the government revealed in Alexandria federal court Friday.
The number came out during a hearing in a lawsuit filed by attorneys for two Yemeni brothers who arrived at Dulles International Airport on Saturday and were quickly put on a return flight to Ethiopia in response to the president’s executive order.
The government attorney could not say how many people with visas were sent back to their home countries from Dulles in response to the travel ban.
Photo: President Trump signs an executive order last month. (Pool/Bloomberg)