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Barack Obama rejects Donald Trump immigration ban, backs protests
Former US President Barack Obama, in his first public statement after leaving office, rejected his successor Donald Trump`s controversial immigration ban and backed nationwide protests against the order, the media reported. In a strongly worded statement ...
 Zee News1 month ago
Obama rejects Trump immigration ban, backs protests
Former US President Barack Obama, in his first public statement after leaving office, rejected his successor Donald Trump's controversial immigration ban and backed nationwide protests against the order, the media reported.In a strongly worded statement ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
Obama rejects discrimination over 'faith or religion'
Former US president Barack Obama expressed his objections today to any faith-based discrimination, in an apparent dig at his successor Donald Trump's ban on nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries entering the country. "With regard to comparisons to ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Sify
50 top Obama officials to work for Trump administration
Washington : About 50 top officials who have been working in outgoing US President Barack Obama's administration will continue serving in those positions for Donald Trump's incoming government, future White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Thursday. Spicer ...
 Sify2 months ago
Obama rejects Trump immigration ban, backs protests
Washington: Former US President Barack Obama, in his first public statement after leaving office, rejected his successor Donald Trump's controversial immigration ban and backed nationwide protests against the order, the media reported. In a strongly worded ...
 Sify1 month ago
Obama rejects Trump immigration ban, backs protests
Former US President Barack Obama, in his first public statement after leaving office, rejected his successor Donald Trump's controversial immigration ban and backed nationwide protests against the order, the media reported.
 Business Standard1 month ago

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