On Monday, former president Donald Trump stoked concerns about immigration into the United States by referencing the continuing ,
conflict in Israel and the Gaza Strip and promising to reinstate a travel restriction on citizens of countries with a majority Muslim population.
Trump, who is vying for the GOP presidential nomination in 2024, declared during a campaign rally in Wolfeboro,
New Hampshire, "As president, I will once again stand strongly with the state of Israel, and we will cut off the money to the terrorists on day one."
He said, "Reimposing the travel ban on countries affected by terrorism."Shortly after taking office in 2017,
Trump enacted a restriction on travelers from seven countries entering the country.
Human rights organizations were horrified by the action and labeled it discriminatory and inhumane.
Although Trump has continued to promote the ban long after leaving the White House, it was met with ferocious opposition and international condemnation.
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