Nearly 1,000 people protested at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Sunday afternoon. They’re against President Trump’s executive order halting the Syrian refugee program and suspending immigration from seven majority Muslim countries for 90 days. The move has ignited protests across the U. S. Trump says America will begin issuing visas to all countries impacted once again after a review of security policies.
No one at Hopkins was detained because of Trump’s executive order. But a group still organized a protest against it along with similar protests at airports across the country.
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