Photos from anti-Trump protests in London and Paris
After a federal judge in Seattle temporarily blocked enforcement of President Trump’s travel ban, government authorities immediately told airlines to allow travel by those who had been barred, a U.S. official said.
Feb. 6, 2017Muhamad Alhaj Moustafa, an internal medicine resident at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, embraces his wife, Nabila Alhaffar, after her arrival at Dulles International Airport. She had been temporarily blocked from returning to the United States after a trip to Qatar to see family.Melina Mara/The Washington Post
President says opinion of “so-called judge” is ridiculous and will be overturned. Government authorities have begun taking steps that would allow those previously banned to travel, based on a new federal ruling.
Protesters marched in Britain and France against U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries. Marchers in London also demand that the British government withdraw its invitation to Trump for a state visit.