The President of the United States Donald trump advised senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham not to try to unleash a Third world war. He wrote about this in his Twitter, commenting on criticism of the policies of the order prohibiting entry to the United States citizens of seven Muslim countries.
“Joint statement of the former presidential candidates John McCain and Lindsey Graham wrongly – they are, unfortunately, poorly versed in immigration. Both senators should focus their efforts on ISIS, illegal immigration and border security, rather than persistent attempts to unleash a Third world war,” said trump.
January 29, McCain and Graham issued a joint statement in which they criticized trump signed the anti-immigrant decree. According to them, its hasty implementation threatens adverse consequences. As noted by the senators, according to the decree of the States prohibit the entry of Muslims – the key allies of Washington in the fight against the terrorist organization Islamic state.
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27 Jan trump has signed a decree that banned for 90 days entry into the United States to citizens of seven Muslim countries – Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia.
The decree was criticized by other leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau.
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