WH Immigration Order Falls Short of Ban : Politics Podcast Late Monday night, President Trump tweeted that he would sign an executive order suspending all immigration into the United States. The proclamation that came on later in the week stopped well short of that, temporarily halting some green card processing with plenty of carve-outs.

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Trump's Immigration Order Stops Far Short Of Total Ban

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Trump's Immigration Order Stops Far Short Of Total Ban

Trump's Immigration Order Stops Far Short Of Total Ban

Trump's Immigration Order Stops Far Short Of Total Ban

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Late Monday night, President Trump tweeted that he would sign an executive order suspending all immigration into the United States. The proclamation that came on later in the week stopped well short of that, temporarily halting some green card processing with plenty of carve-outs.

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