44th US President Barack Obama has supported mass protests against the controversial anti-immigration pointed out by President Donald trump. About it reports the edition Time.

Obama thanked the Americans for what they Express their protest and said that “fundamentally disagree with the discrimination against individuals because of their faith or religion.”

The former President said that encouraged by the level of interaction that occurs between Americans across the country.

“Citizens who exercise their constitutional right to assemble, organize, and get to hear their voices elected officials is exactly what we expect when American values are under threat,” he said.

28 Jan trump has signed a decree that restricted the immigration of refugees from Muslim countries.

This decree was criticized by Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may and other world leaders and politicians.

In the administration, trump said yesterday that the Obama administration during his reign, adopted the decision on the need for further restrictions on immigration to the United States.

Earlier today it was reported that the European Commission is examining the legality of the decree of the President of the United States Donald trump on the prohibition of entry to citizens of seven Muslim countries.

Obama supported the protests against the controversial decree trump 31.01.2017

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