US President declares support for Christians in the Middle-East

At the home front, Trump is facing series of criticisms from different quarters, following his controversial travel ban.

Donald Trump with his daughter Tiffany, left, and son-in-law Jared Kushner, June 7, 2016, in Briarcliff Manor, New York.

The US President, in a tweet, said the persecution of Christians in the Middle-East will no longer be allowed.

Trump also did not fail to talk about the need to have strong US borders.

Also, as a result of his policy on immigration, the European Union (EU) vowed to give a firm response.

Americans, in a defiant move, rallied together and held a protest at the John F. Kennedy International Airport, to condemn Trump's policy.

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