WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jan 29 (Reuters) – Highlights of the day for U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration on Sunday:
Trump fights again amid worldwide criticism, outrage from civil rights activists and authorized challenges over his abrupt order for a halt on arrivals of refugees and other people from seven Muslim-majority nations.
U.S. judges in at least 4 states block federal authorities from implementing Trump’s government order proscribing immigration from seven Muslim-majority nations.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tells Trump that the worldwide struggle towards terrorism is not any excuse for banning refugees or individuals from Muslim-majority nations from getting into the United States, her spokesman says.
Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain doesn’t agree with Trump’s curbs on immigration after coming underneath criticism from lawmakers in her personal get together for not condemning his government order when initially questioned.
Tens of hundreds of individuals rally in U.S. East Coast cities to protest Trump’s government order.
Democratic attorneys basic throughout the United States condemn Trump’s order and are discussing whether or not to problem the administration in courtroom.
Trump’s momentary ban on Yemeni residents touring to the United States is “illegal and illegitimate,” authorities managed by the Iran-allied Houthi group in Yemen’s capital say.
YEMEN MILITARY OPERATION
A U.S. commando dies and three others are wounded in a lethal daybreak raid on the al Qaeda militant group in southern Yemen, which was the primary army operation approved by Trump.
(Reporting by Peter Cooney; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)