Wahhabi Terrorists Exempt from Trump’s Immigration Ban
Posted by feww on January 28, 2017
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Real terrorists are absent from list of targeted nations
Trump’s Immigration Ban Excludes Terror Countries With Business Ties
Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday indefinitely banning admission of people fleeing Syria, temporarily freezing the entry of other refugees and prohibiting entry by people from seven majority-Muslim nations for 90 days.
Immigration Ban Conflict of Interest
However, his list doesn’t include Muslim-majority countries where Trump Organization has done business or pursued potential deals. Properties include golf courses in the United Arab Emirates, two luxury towers operating in Turkey and development projects in Saudi Arabia.
Tracking Trump’s Web of Conflicts
His business interests extend to about 20 countries including Azerbaijan, Bermuda, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Georgia, Indonesia, India, Ireland, Israel, Panama, Philippines, St. Martin, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Turkey, Taiwan, UAE, UK, Uruguay, USA. The Trump Organization says it has ended some deals since the election in Argentina and Brazil.
[Countries listed in bold are state sponsors of terrorism and have committed democide—genocide and mass murder against their own peoples.]
- Just days after Trump took the oath of office, the head of his hotel-management company outlined hopes for an ambitious expansion across the U.S., and China, raising new questions about potential conflicts between his business and the presidency.
- The state-controlled Chinese bank, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., leases space in Trump Tower and is due to renegotiate its lease in 2019.
- During the campaign, the Trump Organization charged the Secret Service between up to $8.5 million to fly on his aircraft. And with Melania Trump and son Barron planning to remain in their Trump Tower condo once Trump occupies the White House, the NY Post estimates it might cost as much as $3 million a year, payable to Trump, for the Secret Service to rent space in the building. It’s less clear who would be responsible for the costs of advanced security at Trump-branded properties around the world. The security of every president or president-elect costs the public money, but it is unusual that Trump has profited from some of those funds.