In 2021, Joe Biden reversed President Trump’s ‘travel ban’ on Muslims

During his speech on Saturday at a Republican Jewish gathering, former US President Donald Trump pledged to reinstate the divisive travel ban.

Allow us to inform you that the majority of Muslim nations were singled out following his election to the presidency. During his speech at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual summit, Trump made these statements.

He reportedly said to the crowd, “We will keep radical Islamic terrorists out of our country,” according to news agency AFP. Remember the travel embargo? The travel prohibition will be reimposed by me on the day of arrival.

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Donald Trump (Image source: Twitter)

It is well known that Trump implemented a broad restriction on travel from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, and initially, Iraq and Sudan, at the start of his presidency in 2017. It was sensed.

This decree was promptly contested in court on the grounds that it discriminates against a certain religion.

However, Trump’s ardent anti-immigration stance made the ban popular with his base. “President Joe Biden was proud to reverse the disgusting, un-American Muslim ban implemented by Trump,” a White House official stated.

Joining a group of powerful Jewish donors, the former US president was among numerous Republican contenders who vowed to support Israel in the fight against Hamas without wavering.

During the conference, Trump focused his criticism on the Biden administration rather than his opponent. “The war between civilization and barbarism, between decency and corruption, and between good and evil,” he declared, referring to the conflict between Israel and Hamas.

Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida and Trump’s closest opponent was also in Las Vegas. Who dubbed the October 7 surprise strike by Hamas on Israel ‘the bloodiest attack on Jews since the Holocaust’? Terrorists from Hamas invaded Israel, killing at least 1,400 people—mostly civilians—in their attack.

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