Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton expressed support for the people that came to protest against toughening immigration policies. She wrote about this on his Twitter page.
“I’m with the people who have gathered tonight, across the country to protect our values and our Constitution. This is not who we are”, — stated in the records of the former candidate for the presidency.
January 28 one of the protests was held near John F. Kennedy airport in new York. It was attended by about 300 people. They held in hand posters with inscriptions “We are all immigrants” and “Refugees welcome”.
Earlier in the day the US President Donald trump said that a decree to toughen the country’s immigration policy is not directed against Muslims. The head of the White house expressed confidence that the measures taken have been effective.
The decree trump to toughen immigration policy, signed January 27, applies to nationals of the seven countries with a predominantly Muslim population. The sanctions will affect the citizens of Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia and the Sudan.
As noted, under the decree fell to the Iranian Director Asghar Farhadi, whose film “the Salesman” was nominated for “Oscar”. He will not be able to attend the award ceremony.