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Frank Polich/Getty Images

Approximately 100 protesters gathered Sunday evening at the Eastern Iowa Airport to voice their opposition against President Trump's recent executive order banning United States entry to citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.

According to CBS2 News, "A federal judge in New York issued an order Saturday temporarily blocking the government from deporting people with valid visas who arrived after Trump's travel ban took effect. But confusion remained about who could stay and who will be kept out of the country in the coming weeks. Federal courts in Virginia, Massachusetts and Washington state took similar action".

Protests took place across the country Sunday. CBS2 News reports the University of Iowa issued a travel alert to international students and staff.

One thing seems certain, the entire process should be fully thought out before just being haphazardly thrown into practice.

[source: CBS2 News]

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