“Orlando Sentinel” : Local businesses fretting over, fighting Trump’s travel ban
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He is trying to organize a town-hall meeting for business owners and others concerned about the policy.
He’s a dual citizen of the United States and Iran, so he says he isn’t worried yet.
Paul Sancya / AP A sanctuary restaurant sign is shown at Russell Street Deli in Detroit.
A sanctuary restaurant sign is shown at Russell Street Deli in Detroit.
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Court’s ruling on travel ban is the kind of setback that prompts presidents to make big changes. Will Trump?
Though it was temporarily blocked by the appeals court, Trump and his aides said they would keep fighting for the goal.
When other presidents were dealt the kind of jolting setback that President Trump received from the courts this week, they learned from those moments to alter their approaches to the job.
Trump’s advisors who pushed for the ban said they were not deterred by Thursday’s court decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which some expected to lose.
Signs of struggle inside the White House have emerged between those who want Trump to keep his hyper-aggressive style and those who would like to see him seek more consensus.
Yet hours after he moderated on China, Trump refreshed his attack on the judiciary in unusually personal terms that broke presidential norms, calling the appeals court ruling “disgraceful” on Twitter.
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Trump’s travel ban derails dreams of Bay Area bride-to-be
The travel ban prevents Sepehr from joining Afsaneh, who is a dual U.S. and Iranian citizen, in the Bay Area.
Before Trump’s signature dried on the controversial ban, Afsaneh’s hopes for her March 24 nuptials at San Francisco City Hall were crushed.
Sepehr had been granted only a visa interview, which had been scheduled to take place Wednesday in Turkey.
Afsaneh relocated to the Bay Area in 2009 to work for a big-name technology company as a software engineer.
Afsaneh, a software engineer with dual U.S.-Iranian citizenship who lives in San Jose, is frustrated because her fiance, Sepehr, can not enter the United States.