“Fight back so you’ll end up dead,” the police chief warned officers.
It’s perhaps the most sweeping constitutional challenge to the president’s travel ban yet.
While thousands of Americans flooded to airports around the country in protest this weekend, one specific group of self-proclaimed angels were missing.
The White House press secretary is quick to gripe about his own travel snags, but has no sympathy for those snarled in Trump’s refugee ban.
Here’s why they’re not backing down.
“I’m going to die here by myself. Where do people expect all the refugees to go?”
“Today will be remembered as one of the great moral failings of our nation.”
Press secretary Sean Spicer said a Syrian refugee allowed into the U.S. was vetted. He’s right. So were a lot of others who can’t get in.
Her decision will almost certainly be reversed once the Senate confirms Jeff Sessions as attorney general.
Senators want to know what, exactly, the DOJ does when it reviews the president’s orders.