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Trump Transition Member Says Travel Ban Could Have Been Better Executed

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On Monday a member of President Donald Trumps transition team came out to say that the travel ban issued over the weekend by President Trump could have been executed differently. James Carafano, is a member of the Trump transition team and also holds the title of vice president of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation. While he defended the Presidents order he admitted there were better ways of executing such a plan.

Added on the 30/01/2017 23:16:48 - Copyright : Wochit

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