Anyone Want to Argue Against Trump Travel Ban After Bombing in Manchester Arena?

At least 19 people were killed and 50 wounded after an explosion attack in Manchester.

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The world came to standstill after an explosion attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K. The police says that an attacker killed people and injured dozens more. It is believed that at least 19 people were killed and as many as 50 wounded. #UKinTerror #orangebanananews

The explosion took place after Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena in Manchester as the crowd that consisted of many young teens and children were leaving the concert.

While there is bombing going on in Manchester UK, Trump is on a visit to Middle east. American Center for Law and Justice chief counsel Jay Sekulow said

“There is no reason not to support President Trump’s immigration executive order after the Manchester attack”

Rhetorically, Sekulow asked, “If anyone wants to argue we shouldn’t have an executive order restricting who’s coming into the country so we know who these people are?”

“[If] anyone want[s] to argue that case tonight, I’d like to take on that argument,” he said.

On the other hand, humanitarianism stands for itself when the world stands against terrorism. People are offering help in every possible way they can – food, ride, phones, shelter, etc.

What are we waiting for? What are we doing? do we have a plan? is terrorism going to stop?

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