Transcript for President Trump's Travel Ban Creates Uproar, Draws Protests
So let's bring in our David Crowley at Dulles international airport David you heard the president say the government was totally prepared. Is that the impression you're getting out there. The short answer this morning Martha it is no sources are telling ABC news that the agency charged with carrying out these executive orders. We're not fully briefed. In fact a lot of Homeland Security officers were basically making decisions on the fly yesterday. As individuals were coming into the United States there were families protesters a small army of immigration lawyers it was quite the scene here at Dulles and airports around the country. In Seattle police actually disbursed some crowds with pepper spray it was a day of high drama at those airports cheers broke out of JFK airport. When a federal judge in Brooklyn ordered a nationwide order. Protecting anyone on a plane coming into the country at an airport from actually being immediately deported kicked out of the country. And here in Virginia another judge issued a seven day band on the government removing green card holders who have been detained here at Dulles international. And airlines were also kind of at a loss as to what exactly to do the airline transportation association the international association of airlines put out a statement so airlines had to make decisions how they were gonna handle the hundreds of people. Who were detained or told they could not come into the country. Martha. Thanks David.
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