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President Trump’s executive order on immigration sent shockwaves throughout the country and the world this weekend – including in communities in the Washington region. It’s been a particularly chaotic stretch at international airports interacting with travelers from the seven majority-Muslim countries from which entry has been temporarily blocked. Kojo explores what the order means for communities in our region with an attorney working with affected communities and with a former intelligence officer who wants to be the top lawmaker in Virginia.
- Mirriam Seddiq Attorney; Founder, American Muslim Women Political Action Committee
- Denver Riggleman Republican Candidate, Governor, Virginia
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