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Trump, turmoil and resistance

Print edition : March 03, 2017

President Donald Trump signs an executive order establishing extreme vetting of people coming to the United States, on January 27. Photo: CARLOS BARRIA/REUTERS

Bengabar Hassan and his mother, Nadra Alzear, from Yemen were among those stranded in Djibouti when President Trump imposed the travel ban. Here, they arrive at the Los Angeles International Airport on February 8 after a U.S. court suspended the ban. A federal court refused to lift the suspension of the ban on February 10. Photo: DAVID MCNEW/AFP

Sally Yates. She was fired as Deputy Attorney General after she refused to defend the travel ban. Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP

Marty Walsh, Boston Mayor. He said migrants who felt threatened could seek shelter at City Hall. Photo: RYAN MCBRIDE/AFP

Donald Trump feels he has to undo a great deal from the eight years of Barack Obama’s presidency, and he is in a hurry. Obamacare has been ordered out and a “Muslim Ban” is signed in. His deregulation orders are just what the corporate sector wants. All this to “Make America Great Again”!
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