The Latest: Thousands criticism traveler anathema in San Francisco

The Latest on President Donald Trump, his transport anathema on 7 Muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions (all times local):


11:30 p.m.

Thousands of people chanting “Trump Out, Refugees In!” have descended for a second day on a San Francisco International Airport to criticism President Donald Trump’s anathema of travelers from 7 Muslim-majority countries.

Accompanied by a coronet rope several drummers, a throng divided Sunday into 3 vast groups that stood during newcomer exits in a attainment area of a ubiquitous terminal.

The groups also took to Twitter to concurrently proceed a Department of Homeland Security concede lawyers inside to pronounce to those being detained.

A organisation of lawyers operative on computers huddled in a dilemma underneath signs in English, Farsi and Arabic that examination “Family Members Detained? Legal Help Here.”

Immigration profession Marcine Seid says during slightest 100 lawyers have sealed adult to offer their services pro-bono to those being detained. At slightest a dozen some-more lawyers and law students waited to supplement their names to a list.

Seid says it is misleading how many people have been incarcerated in San Francisco though during slightest 4 families have approached them for help.

Rebecca Nassarre, 69, gathering from Antioch to join a protesters. The late amicable workman says: “This is not a America we know. I’m fearful for a future. we have never seen a republic go by this.”

11:15 p.m.

Vahideh Rasekhi is an Iranian doctoral tyro during New York’s Stony Brook University, where she is boss of a connoisseur tyro organization.

She was liberated from apprehension on Sunday, a day after she landed during John F. Kennedy Airport following a revisit to see her family in Tehran.

Border agents on Saturday primarily refused to let her enter a republic and she declined to pointer paperwork similar to willingly lapse to Iran. Unmoved, agents put her on a craft that was ostensible to fly to Ukraine.

At one indicate that jet pulled behind from a embankment to depart. But it eventually returned and let her off as difficulty swirled about authorised hurdles to a deportations.

Rasekhi was hold for additional hours, infrequently in handcuffs. She was finally set giveaway during around 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

After assembly with friends during a terminal, she told The Associated Press: “I feel happy to be out. It is truly great.”

10:55 p.m.

Canada’s immigration apportion says a republic will offer proxy residency permits to travelers who turn stranded here by President Donald Trump’s sequence banning travelers from 7 Muslim-majority nations.

Ahmed Hussen is a Somali interloper who was recently named Canada’s new immigration minister. He pronounced Sunday no one is now stranded during a country’s airports by a ban.

He also says White House officials charity assurances that permanent Canadian residents can enter a U.S. supposing they have a current Canadian permanent proprietor label and a pass from one of a 7 countries affected. Permanent residents are a homogeneous of immature label holders in a United States.

Dual adults with a Canadian pass can still enter a U.S.

Daniel Jean, Canada’s inhabitant confidence adviser, says he doesn’t’ trust a anathema creates a universe safer.

10:50 p.m.

Several hundred demonstrators used a commencement of Super Bowl week to intone and arrangement signs in criticism of President Trump’s transport anathema on people from 7 Muslim-majority nations, and other issues.

They collected Sunday outward a George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, where a NFL’s media domicile and NFL Experience for Super Bowl fans are located.

A Houston troops officer who asked that his name not be used since he was not certified to pronounce to a press pronounced a protesters were there for some-more than 4 hours, demonstrating peacefully behind barriers.

One pointer done anxiety to Anne Frank failing in a thoroughness stay since she was denied retreat in a U.S. during World War II. Others simply pronounced “Ban Trump” or “Stop Trump.”

The protesters afterwards after headed elsewhere in downtown Houston.

— Reported by Barry Wilner in Houston.

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10:45 p.m.

The White House says King Salman of Saudi Arabia has concluded to support protected zones in Syria and Yemen to assistance replaced refugees.

Trump spoke with Salman by phone on Sunday.

The White House says a President “requested and a King agreed” to support a protected zones “as good as ancillary other ideas to assistance a many refugees who are replaced by a ongoing conflicts.”

The examination comes days after Trump sealed an sequence that temporarily suspends a U.S. interloper module and indefinitely bars Syrian refugees.

The span also discussed what a White House described as an invitation from Salman for Trump to lead “a Middle East bid to improved terrorism” and assistance build “a new future, economically and socially, for a people of a Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and a region.”

9:55 p.m.

President Donald Trump is fortifying his unconditional sequence on immigration and says he will find other ways to assistance those pang from Syria’s bloody polite war.

Trump says in a matter Sunday amid widespread protests that “America is a unapproachable republic of immigrants.” He says a republic “will continue to uncover care to those journey oppression,” though “while safeguarding a possess adults and border.”

Trump’s sequence crude a Syrian interloper module and temporarily suspending immigration from 7 infancy Muslim countries has sparked protests opposite a country.

Trump insists it’s “not a Muslim ban” and blames a media for that suggestion.

Trump says a U.S. will resume arising visas to all countries impacted after a examination of confidence policies.

9:40 p.m.

Thousands of protesters have collected in Boston to call for an finish to President Donald Trump’s sequence banning travelers from 7 Muslim-majority nations.

Demonstrators filled Copley Square in Boston on Sunday afternoon to criticism Trump’s sequence and his oath to build a wall along a U.S. limit with Mexico.

Protesters carried signs ancillary Muslims and other immigrants. One pointer hold by a immature child said: “Don’t Ban My Grandma and Grandpa.”

Another protester took proceed aim during Trump with a pointer that read: “Your comb-over doesn’t cover your xenophobia.”

Attendees enclosed U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey of Massachusetts and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh.

9:15 p.m.

Omar Al Tammeemi says he’s disturbed he competence not be means to see his mom and immature son who are in Iraq following President Donald Trump’s immigration order.

Al Tammeemi is among some-more than 100 protesters collected during a ubiquitous arrivals depot during Dulles International Airport outward Washington.

He says he worked as a translator for a U.S. troops in Iraq from 2008 to 2013 and came to a U.S. following on a special interloper visa. He says his wife, who binds a immature card, and their immature son, a U.S. citizen, are in Iraq visiting her ill mother.

Al Tammeemi says his mom is “scared to come.”

Four Democratic members of Congress who attended a proof pronounced they were incited divided by Customs and Border Patrol officers during a stage when they sought a assembly about possibly people were being hold unlawfully.

9 p.m.

Syrian interloper Mafedih Alholoqi says his kin were incited divided from a designed moody from Jordan to Louisville, Kentucky, following President Donald Trump’s sequence on immigration.

The Courier-Journal reports that Alholoqi was among several dozen protesters who collected during Louisville International Airport. They chanted “no hate, no fear, refugees are acquire here,” in antithesis to Trump’s order.

Through a translator, Alholoqi pronounced Trump’s sequence “broke their hearts” after kin went by some-more than twin years of credentials checks, interviews and a expectation of starting a new life.

Trump’s sequence includes a proxy transport anathema for people from 7 Muslim nations and a proxy anathema on refugees entering a United States.

8:55 p.m.

Officials contend 9 people are being expelled after they were incarcerated overnight during Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in a arise of President Donald Trump’s transport anathema exclusive adults of 7 primarily Muslim nations from entrance into a U.S.

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings’ bureau pronounced Sunday that all 9 were in a routine of being released. U.S. Customs and Border Protection also told airfield officials of a release.

Texas member for a Council on American-Islamic Relations contend a infancy of those incarcerated are Iranian.

Airport officials contend ceiling of 800 people collected during a airfield Sunday to criticism a detention. It was a second day of protests during a airfield following Trump’s executive sequence Friday.

Other protests were hold elsewhere in Texas, including quite vast gatherings in Houston and during a Austin airport.

8:35 p.m.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says 6 people barred from entering a U.S. since of President Donald Trump’s transport anathema remained in apprehension during Kennedy Airport on Sunday afternoon.

Immigration lawyers worked by a day to try and benefit a recover of several people being hold during a airport, with some success.

ACLU profession Andre Segura pronounced during slightest 7 detainees were expelled Saturday morning, with some-more people approaching to be liberated in a afternoon.

Some people who were primarily told they would be deported were authorised to enter a U.S.

They enclosed a 21-year-old lady with twin Iraqi and Jordanian citizenship who had come to a U.S. to be with her fiance and a 67-year-old lady with Yemeni citizenship who had come to live with her son since she was unequivocally ill.

8:20 p.m.

Protesters entertaining “Ban Trump” have descended on Miami International Airport to uncover their antithesis to President Donald Trump’s transport ban.

Protester Rowan Vaquez pronounced a anathema “hit me unequivocally deeply” since her family emigrated from Venezuela to equivocate domestic persecution.

Juan Gonzalez attended a proof to uncover Trump that “we’re not going to accept a terrible things he’s doing.” Gonzalez is from Puerto Rico and works in Miami.

Trump’s sequence placed a 90-day anathema on transport to a U.S. by adults of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia or Yemen and a 120-day cessation of a U.S. interloper program. Syrians are indefinitely blocked from entry.

Other protests were scheduled for Orlando, Tallahassee, Tampa and West Palm Beach.

8:15 p.m.

Hundreds of demonstrators have collected outward a White House to criticism President Donald Trump’s anathema on travelers from 7 primarily Muslim nations.

Holding signs with slogans such as “No Ban, No Wall,” and “We are all immigrants in America,” a opposite throng chanted and cheered in support of Muslims and other refugees.

Vocal and expressive, a throng was alternately honest and comfortable in expressing pacific oneness with refugees influenced by Trump’s order.

Maryam Kanna is a 24-year-old Iraqi-American who lives in Arlington, Virginia. She calls a executive sequence “totally alienating.” Kanna says she worries about her uncle, a British citizen, and her cousins in Canada, who competence no longer be means to enter a U.S.

Protests were also reported in St. Louis, Minneapolis; Cleveland; Columbus, Ohio; and Portland, Maine.

8:10 p.m.

Protesters are streaming into New York City’s Battery Park to proceed an finish to President Donald Trump’s anathema on travelers from 7 Muslim nations.

The large throng collected Sunday nearby a ferries that lift tourists to a Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, a place where 12 million people entered a United States in a 20th century.

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer addressed a crowd, saying, “We are gonna win this quarrel everybody!”

People hold signs with slogans including “America was built by refugees,” and “Muslim anathema is un-American.”

The convene followed a night of large demonstrations during New York’s Kennedy Airport, where thousands of people casually collected to proceed a recover of incarcerated travelers.

8:05 p.m.

A Republican congressman from Utah says he doesn’t know since a Trump administration is targeting authorised permanent residents with his new process to retard immigration from several Muslim-majority countries.

Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah pronounced Sunday it would be “wrong” if Trump is targeting people shaped on their religion.

He pronounced that extended vetting is indispensable for people roving to a United States from “certain countries,” though that authorised permanent residents are in “a opposite category.”

Chaffetz said, “I don’t know what they’re perplexing to do in those categories. People that have a immature label presumably already have been vetted. So there needs to be some serve clarification.”

The congressman addressed reporters in Palm Springs, California during a assembly of a Koch domestic network.

7:55 p.m.

More than 100 protesters and dozens of immigration attorneys have collected during a ubiquitous arrivals depot during Dulles International Airport outward Washington, entertaining people nearing from Muslim countries. The throng chanted “No ban, no wall” and other slogans, and during one indicate sang “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Syed Moktadir is a 45-year-old supervision consultant from Sterling, Virginia. He says Trump’s sequence banning entrance to a United States from 7 Muslim countries has sparked fear in Muslims in a United States and abroad.

Moktadir, a Muslim who immigrated from Bangladesh, pronounced his 84-year-old father, is now in Bangladesh. Though his father is a U.S. citizen, he says he’s endangered about possibly his father will be means to return.

Moktadir says Trump’s sequence is “internationally giving us a unequivocally bad name.”

7:45 p.m.

Authorities contend 6 people were arrested during Charlotte Douglas International Airport, where people collected to criticism President Donald Trump’s executive sequence per adults of 7 Muslim nations.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg troops pronounced in a news recover that a 6 were arrested Saturday night. They contend about 50 protesters shaped twin groups with a initial organisation protesting Trump’s immigration order, followed by a second organisation that protested community-related issues.

Police pronounced a protesters were asked to leave since of open reserve concerns, and 6 people refused. They were arrested and now face charges that embody trespassing and resist, hinder and delay.

Trump’s executive sequence barred adults of 7 Muslim nations from entering a United States.

7:40 p.m.

The attorneys ubiquitous of 15 states and a District of Columbia are arising a corner matter condemning as unconstitutional President Donald Trump’s anathema on travelers from 7 primarily Muslim nations.

The attorneys ubiquitous contend that eremite autocracy has been a bedrock element of a republic and no boss can change that truth.

The states holding partial in a corner matter expelled Sunday are Washington, California, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Virginia, Oregon, Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, New Mexico, Iowa, Maine and Maryland.

The attorneys ubiquitous contend they design Trump’s executive sequence to be struck down, though in a meantime they’ll work to make certain as few as probable humour as a outcome of a order.

7:30 p.m.

The regressive Koch domestic network is condemning President Donald Trump’s devise to moment down on immigration from Muslim-majority countries.

Network co-chairman Brian Hooks pronounced in a matter expelled Sunday, “The transport anathema is a wrong proceed and will expected be counterproductive.” He added, “We trust it is probable to keep Americans protected though incompatible people who wish to come here to minister and pursue a improved life for their families.”

Hooks done a comments as billionaire nobleman Charles Koch and hundreds of his network’s vital donors accumulate for a semi-annual discussion in Palm Springs, California.

The Koch network is among a many successful players in a regressive transformation and has clever ties in a Trump administration, quite with Vice President Mike Pence.

7:20 p.m.

Demonstrators have collected again during Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to criticism President Donald Trump’s executive sequence exclusive adults of 7 primarily Muslim nations from entrance into a U.S.

An estimated 200 people hold signs and chanted “Let them go!” as they awaited word Sunday on what state member for a Council on American-Islamic Relations contend are 9 people incarcerated during a airport. The legislature says a infancy are Iranian.

Other protests are designed for other tools of Texas over Trump’s executive order, including in Houston and during a airfield in Austin.

Protesters also are rallying Sunday during Miami International Airport and elsewhere around a country.

7:00 p.m.

Lawyers with a American Civil Liberties Union contend they are still perplexing to establish how many people are incarcerated in a U.S. as a outcome of President Donald Trump’s anathema on travelers from 7 primarily Muslim nations.

ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project emissary executive Lee Gelernt told reporters in a discussion call Sunday that there is still a state of difficulty over a standing of detainees and a manners for entering a country.

He pronounced lawyers are watchful for a supervision to give them a list of names of people who have been detained.

Until then, he said, “we usually simply don’t know how many people there are and where they are.”

Other advocates contend that immigration lawyers have had difficulty removing to see people who have been detained, with officials refusing to extend entrance notwithstanding justice orders in some jurisdictions that they do so.

6: 45 p.m.

An Oscar-nominated Iranian executive says he will not attend this year’s Academy Awards since of a transport anathema imposed by President Donald Trump.

Asghar Farhadi is an acclaimed executive whose film “The Salesman” was nominated for best unfamiliar film. He pronounced Sunday that a doubt surrounding his ability to transport to a United States was “in no approach acceptable,” and that he would not attend a rite even if an difference to a anathema were possible.

An executive sequence expelled final week temporarily bans a entrance of adults from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen. The Trump administration says it is required to keep out intensity terrorists.

Farhadi became a initial Iranian to win an Oscar when his film “A Separation” was awarded best unfamiliar film in 2012.

6:20 p.m.

A Syrian musician who recently toured with eminent cellist Yo-Yo Ma says he is watchful to see possibly he will be authorised to lapse to his New York home after President Donald Trump imposed a transport anathema on 7 Muslim-majority nations.

Kinan Azmeh, a clarinet actor who lives in Brooklyn, pronounced Sunday he does not have a “plan B” if he is not authorised behind into a United States after this week.

Azmeh is in Lebanon to perform with a internal band after rehearsing and behaving with Yo-Yo Ma in China and Denmark progressing this month.

The 40-year-old musician is one of thousands of immature label holders who found their immigration standing in dilapidation after Trump’s sequence Friday.

Azmeh was innate in Damascus and changed to a U.S. 16 years ago.

6:15 p.m.

Iranian-born Swedish singer Bahar Pars, who hopes to share an Oscar for best unfamiliar film, fears a anathema will impact any probable skeleton to fly to a United States.

The 37-year-old Pars, who came to Sweden as a child, plays a womanlike lead in a Swedish Oscar-nominated film “A Man Called Ove.”

She told Swedish inhabitant news group TT that “it’s not during all certain that I’m going to get in.”

Describing Trump’s executive sequence as racist, she told TT it took her twin months to get her visa to a U.S. authorized after requesting regulating her Iranian passport.

She pronounced she was “very upset” by this, though combined that it would also be good to go there and contend to a whole universe this is wrong.

4:35 p.m.

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah says U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration process “seems to have done me an alien” and fears he competence not be means to lapse to his U.S. home.

Farah is a British citizen who was innate in Somalia, one of 7 primarily Muslim nations theme to a executive sequence sealed by Trump that temporarily bans entrance to a United States.

Farah now is training in Ethiopia. His family is shaped in Portland, Oregon.

The 33-year-old says on his Facebook page that “it’s deeply troubling” he will have to tell his children that he competence not be means to come home.

Farah’s representative told The Associated Press that they were perplexing to explain a conditions with U.S. authorities.

3:50 p.m.

The White House arch of staff says President Donald Trump acted early on in his tenure to levy a transport anathema on refugees to retard “people who wish to do bad things to America.”

Reince Priebus (ryns PREE’-bus) says there’s zero to apologize for after Friday’s executive sequence drew widespread protests. A justice sequence has temporarily barred a U.S. from deporting certain people.

Trump is temporarily exclusive refugees and adults of 7 primarily Muslim countries from entering a U.S.

Priebus tells NBC’s “Meet a Press” that a movement “doesn’t impact immature label holders relocating forward” — a theme of authorised challenges.

Scores were incarcerated Saturday on attainment during U.S. airports, spurring a judge’s order.

Priebus says officials were regulating “discretionary authority” to ask “a few some-more questions” during U.S. airports.

3:35 p.m.

A petition set adult on a British supervision website job for U.S. President Donald Trump to be barred from visiting a republic has captivated hundreds of thousands of signatures, subordinate it for a parliamentary debate.

Trump has drawn widespread defamation in Britain for his anathema on refugees and people from comparison Muslim-majority countries from entering a U.S.

Prime Minister Theresa May invited him to make a state revisit to Britain this year during her outing to Washington final week.

The petition on a British parliament’s website is titled: “Prevent Donald Trump from creation a State Visit to a United Kingdom.” It says his “well documented misogyny and vulgarity disqualifies him from being received” by possibly Queen Elizabeth or Prince Charles.

The website says council considers all petitions that get some-more than 100,000 signatures for debate.

3:05 p.m.

A tip confidant to President Donald Trump says a sovereign judge’s puncture sequence “really doesn’t affect” his efforts to temporarily bar refugees and adults of 7 primarily Muslim countries from entering a U.S.

Kellyanne Conway says on “Fox News Sunday” that a sovereign judge’s late Saturday puncture sequence temporarily exclusive a U.S. from deporting people from nations theme to Trump’s transport anathema “really doesn’t impact a executive sequence during all.”

Conway says Trump’s sequence is about “preventing, not detaining” and says that usually a unequivocally tiny commission of travers have been impacted.

Conway says that it’s a “small cost to pay” to keep a American open safe.

2:45 p.m.

Etihad Airways, a United Arab Emirates’ inhabitant airline, says a series of a passengers have been influenced by a new U.S. immigration policies and it is operative closely with American officials on a matter.

The Abu Dhabi-based conduit pronounced Sunday it is charity influenced passengers refunds or moody changes where possible. It did not contend how many passengers were affected.

Etihad passengers drifting to a U.S. are screened and have their passports hammered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents stationed in a Emirati collateral rather than on arrival. Etihad says it is operative with officials there and in a U.S. to residence a new immigration policies.

The airline says: “Our corner seductiveness is on ensuring that correspondence and a contentment of all passengers is confirmed opposite a tellurian network.”

2:25 p.m.

President Donald Trump’s immigration sequence is removing pushback in Congress.

Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio says “I consider we should delayed down” and that lawmakers “ought to be part” of a discussions about how best to tie screening for foreigners who enter a United States.

Portman tells CNN’s “State of a Union” that he doesn’t consider Trump executive movement was scrupulously reviewed before he sealed it Friday.

Portman is propelling everybody “to take a low exhale and come adult with something that creates clarity for a inhabitant security” and reflects a fact that “America’s always been a welcoming home for refugees and immigrants.”

He says America is “this guide of wish and event for a rest of a world” and should sojourn that way.


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