Reince Priebus did a good job explaining the immigration/visa/refugee Executive Order. Here’s one clip and the full interview is below as well.

Via RCP.

President Trump’s WH chief of staff Reince Priebus joins NBC’s Chuck Todd on ‘Meet The Press’ to defend Trump’s executive order restricting people coming into the U.S. from seven middle eastern countries.

“The fact of the matter is that 325,000 people from foreign countries came into the United States yesterday, and 109 people were detained for further questioning. Most of those people were moved out. We’ve got a couple dozen more that remain,” Priebus told Todd. “I would suspect that as long as they are not awful people, they will be moved through today… If they’re folks that shouldn’t be in this country, they’re going to be detained. So we apologize for nothing here.”

Full interview from NBC.

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  1. Kitten says:

    Impressive! Wow, these GOP boys grew a spine and testosterone while hanging out with President Trump. So refreshing to watch these surrogates put the media in their rightful place, the trash heap. The opposition only serves to hone their debate skills, as they get stronger and bolder. I’m loving this!

    To all who believe, keep President Trump and the first family in your daily prayers. The devil is mad.

  2. Tim Peck says:

    Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on U.S. Travel Ban British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson delivered a state on President Trump’s executive order temporarily denying entry to the U.S. to the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, and temporarily suspending the granting of refugee status to anyone from Syria. Secretary Johnson said the Conservative-led government had clarified the executive orders with U.S. diplomats in London, and determined that holders of British passports, even those holding dual nationality with one of the seven affected nations, would not be delayed or hindered in their travels to the U.S.

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