What Countries Has Trump Banned, and Why?

Red = Banned: Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia—are the countries on Trump’s no immigrant list.

Banned are the countries of Muslims who have not perpetrated terrorist acts, but who do not do business with Trump.

Yellow = Welcomed: Egypt, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan—are countries not affected by Trump’s ban.

Welcomed are the countries where most terrorists have come from, but where Trump does business.

Conflict of interests? I think yes.

The Seven Countries in Trump’s Travel Ban – A lot from Lydia https://alotfromlydia.wordpress.com/2017/02/01/the-seven-countries-in-trumps-travel-ban/
*Chart from Bloomberg Reports


January 29, 2017

<a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/yellow/”>Yellow</a&gt;

8 thoughts on “What Countries Has Trump Banned, and Why?

  1. There is a misconception these 7 countries were targeted by the President because of bias toward countries he had no business dealings in. This is incorrect. He did not choose the 7 countries. President Obama left him a list off the 7 countries that posed the main danger and threat to the USA that had previously not been vetted correctly and that is why they were chosen. President Trump did not seek out these countries


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