Trump bans 7 Muslim countries all that have not killed US Citizens before

In a surprise, but expect the turn of event, President Trump put pen to paper and declared seven countries persona nongranta on US soil.
By Jeremy Morrow | Jan 30, 2017
In a surprise, but expect the turn of event, President Trump put pen to paper and declared seven countries persona nongranta on US soil. Travel bans are often given out when a threat is established, but in this case, it is a bit peculiar with none of the countries' attacking or killing US citizens since 1970 through terror attacks.

Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, and Sudan have all been banned from entering the US for 90 days as Trump and his team deliberate their next move. The move also burns all refugees from entering the US for 120 days.

But after some analysis, all the countries have killed exactly zero people on US soil for many decades. But some countries that seem more obvious to be targeted such as Iran, Iraq, Egypt, UAE and Saudi Arabia are not on the list thought they had killed around 10,000 US citizens during the same period.
World leaders are not impressed with the travel ban and have made their feeling felt as well.

"The Sudanese citizens living in the United States are known for their good reputation, respect for American laws. And their lack of involvement in radical and criminal acts," the Foreign Affairs Ministry said, adding that the Sudanese people are "heirs to the ancient Nile River civilization, which is marked by tolerance and peaceful coexistence."

But after a little more research, journalists found out that all the countries that were more likely to be on this list, but were not having any kind of Trump investment in them. Such as a Trump hotel.

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