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Hillary Clinton Immediately Regrets Shaming President Trump’s Muslim Ban

As President Donald Trump continues to shake up Washington, protesters continue to rail against him. Trump's campaign opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has chimed in on the situation.

Clinton tweeted in support of President Trump's protesters across the country, agreeing that the executive action does not reflect American values. "I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values & our Constitution. This is not who we are," said Clinton's tweet.

Clinton was then slammed for being a hypocrite. While Secretary of State, back in 2011, she recommended a similar ban on Muslims for six months. This came after the FBI uncovered evidence that proved dozens of terrorists from Iraq had gained access to the United States through the refugee program.

Ever since the president issued a temporary ban on immigration from seven countries, protesters have been gathering at airports across the country to express their outrage at the action. Even some of the president's supporters who overall agree with tightening immigration are saying that the order is a bit heavy-handed because it applies to immigrants who have already been vetted and given a green card.

The executive order came down so quickly, airports barely had time to respond. Many immigrants and refugees who were already on their way to the U.S. were detained at the airports due to the orders. A federal judge ruled parts of the executive order be temporarily halted after the American Civil Liberties Union filed a suit.

Clinton has said she supports ‘open borders’ in private speeches.

Source: The Huffington Post
Photo: Mad World News

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