Trump Signs "Extreme Vetting" Exec Order to Protect American People

by Editor in Chief

US President Donald Trump formally signs Executive Order(EO) for "Extreme Vetting" which aims to ultimately protect millions of American people and other citizens of United States.

Just a week after the inauguration day of President Trump, the most powerful leader in the world announced the swift implementation of the "extreme vetting" EO to ensure proper control of illegal immigrants flow in United States including the entry of radical terrorists in the country.

The order of President Trump is primarily implemented to provide a "safer place for American people" as well as other good citizens in United States who came from various races in the world.

Trump Signs "Extreme Vetting" Exec Order to Protect American People

What to expect from the extreme vetting measures which will be strictly applied in the coming days.

1. New orders that would tighten the country’s refugee and visa policies as mentioned by foxnews.
2. Block all refugees from entering the U.S. for 4 months(coming from nations identified as terroristic ground).
3. Indefinite suspension of refugees entry from war-torn Syria(LA times).
4. No acceptance of visa applications from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. Probably this is done to eliminate the possibility that terrorists from these countries would touch down the heart of the American soil.

In a certain speech of Donald Trump, he said "the FBI has over 1,000 [terrorism] investigations going on and these are people that we let in." He also stressed to the journalists in the meeting room that "some people have come in(to United States) with evil intentions. Most haven’t, I guess, but we can’t take chances."

A good development on some recent legislative orders from Donald Trump is the exclusion of blanket ban policy on Muslims. Instead, the President would allegedly come up with a selective process method which will objectively filter and block people (not the entire country) linked to terroristic activities.

Major news outlets negatively reacted to the fulfillment of Donald Trump's promise which he issued during the early part of the election campaign. Journalists from these news agencies are claiming that "extreme vetting" executive order is a direct violation to the constitution of United States.

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