Trump using extreme vetting to protect Americans from terrorists

Comment: President Trump unlike his predecessor is putting our safety and national security first. The continued flow of refugees allowed in by the Obama administration are of no benefit to us or our national security. President Trumps actions are in keeping with his promise to make America safe again….WFM

Trump quietly slashes number of refugees from Obama’s target despite court order….

– The Washington Times – Sunday, June 4, 2017

Despite a court order halting most of his extreme vetting policy, President Trump’s administration has quietly been working toward his goal of a drastic cut in the number of refugees the U.S. will accept this fiscal year.

President Obama had set a target of up to 110,000 on his way out the door, but Mr. Trump tried to reset that number to 50,000. If the pace continues, the final tally is likely to be about 60,000 when the fiscal year ends in September — well below the level Mr. Obama wanted to lock in.

Most striking is the drop in the number of refugees from the seven terrorist-connected special interest countries that Mr. Trump singled out for extra scrutiny in his executive orders: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

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Those countries accounted for about half of all refugees admitted over the final months of Mr. Obama’s tenure. But during the past six weeks, they have represented only about a quarter of the refugees — despite a judge’s order instructing Mr. Trump to keep Mr. Obama’s policies in place.

Security analysts cheered the move, saying the new president has already changed the culture from the previous administration.

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One Response to Trump using extreme vetting to protect Americans from terrorists

  1. Pmac says:

    Keep the sum-bitches out….!

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