Trump's new travel ban met with protests

Protesters marched in front of the White House on the day Trump signed a revised travel ban that removes Iraq from the list of banned majority-Muslim countries and removes the indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.
3:40 | 03/07/17

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George, white house announcing their new travel ban and president trump signing a revi revised one. And Cecilia Vega has more on that. And what it does and does not include, good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Good morning. Critics like the aclu are already promising to fight this new one even with all these changes. They are still calling this a de facto Muslim ban but the white house says it is confident this one will stand up to any legal challenges. That revised travel ban overnight met with protests outside the white house. [ "Chanting no hate no fear refugees are welcome here" ] Reporter: It happened without fanfare. The president not even in the room. Three of his top cabinet members doing the talking. To our allies and partners around the world please understand this order is part of our ongoing efforts to eliminate vulnerabilities that radical islamist terrorists can and will exploit for destructive ends. Reporter: Not taking questions and the white house releasing this photo of the president signing the new executive order in the oval office. The revision coming after a series of delays, but now the administration addressing many of the red flags raised by the courts and critics including remove Iraq from the list of banned majority Muslim countries. Iraq is an important ally in the fight to defeat ISIS. Reporter: Other changes, there is no longer an indefinite ban on refugees from Syria and no protections for religious minorities like Christians. The white house now rescinding the original order stalled in the courts but counselor to the president kellyanne Conway says that doesn't mean the first one was blundered. Is the fact you're rescinding the first one an admission it didn't go as well as it could have. What we're saying we won't wait for the year plus labyrinth process of the legal system to vindicate on the meters this executive order. Why wait when the country's safety is at hand is the calculation. Reporter: Now, one other big difference with this new travel ban, the president said the first one had to be implemented immediately because the nation's security was at risk but this new order doesn't take effect for ten days. The white house says that is to give agencies the time to implement this, robin. That comes after that botched rollout of the first one. Let's talk about Dr. Ben Carson and what he said when addressing hud employees yesterday. He made this reference to slavery and immigration. There were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships, worked even longer, even harder for less but they too had a dream. That one day their sons, daughters, grandson, granddaughters, great grandsons, great granddaughters might pursue prosperity and happiness in this land. Come on. Outrageous. Such backlash to that and Dr. Carson responded today. Reporter: He did, robin. This, of course, comes in his new role as hud secretary. This was his first time adepressing the Taff there so he gets on Facebook and this did what he said. Quote, the slave narrative and immigrant narrative are two entirely different experiences. The two experiences should never be intertwined. I'm trying to clarify. Cecilia, thank you very much. You know, when I heard this about yesterday I was like, let me go on and see for myself. When you see him addressing these employees for the first time, he made quite an impression. The idea that slaves were brought here to pursue a dream. Outrageous. Dan Abrams, I don't know if

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