If we would have followed the laws already in effect years ago we wouldn’t be in this position.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating more than 300 people who came to the U.S. as refugees for potential terrorism-related activities, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday, as the Trump administration unveiled a revised ban on travel from six Muslim-majority countries.
The new ban is due to take effect on March 16, and will bar people from the six nations for 90 days. The countries are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Iraqi citizens were taken off the list after Iraq agreed to cooperate more closely with the U.S. in vetting Iraqi nationals.