Trump's revised immigration order expected to renew ban on 7 Muslim-majority countries
A revised version of Donald Trump's executive order on immigration and refugee admittance is expected to contain language again targeting seven Muslim-majority countries deemed terrorism-prone but exclude a ban on Syrian refugees, senior administration officials told ABC News today.
The countries are Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya,Yemen, Somalia and Sudan.
Syrian refugees were banned under the president's initial immigration order, which has failed to overcome legal challenges.
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The new draft contains an exemption for green card holders and citizens from the seven countries who are also U.S. citizens, one of the officials said — a difference from the order signed last month.- Read More, ABCNews