Priebus says Trump's order doesn't affect Green Card holders

Trump's vague executive orders on Friday blocked all people from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen - including green card residents - from entering the USA for 90 days.

Top aides to Donald Trump said only "a couple dozen" people remained in detention Sunday, after the U.S. president's temporary ban on immigrants from several nations stopped hundreds of overseas travellers in their tracks. At the end of the day, the agency said, "No foreign national in a foreign land, without ties to the United States, has any unfettered right to demand entry into the United States or to demand immigration benefits in the United States".

Those traveling without a green card who landed in the United States after the order was signed would be detained and put back on a flight to their country of citizenship, an administration official told CNN.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and Department of Homeland Security leadership saw the final details shortly before the order was finalized, government officials said.

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Priebus said Mr. Trump's hour-long phone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday was a "positive call", but declined to say whether the two men discussed Russian interference in the 2016 election.

White House staff downplayed the 300 or so travellers whom they said were stopped or detained worldwide after the sweeping executive order took effect nearly immediately following Trump's Friday signing. And I would suspect as long as they're not terrible people that they will move through before another half a day today.

While the Washington Post says it "appeared" that Priebus was walking back the order, it was a definite change.

Or that's what Priebus sort of said, considering he essentially reversed himself, in reversing the White House policy, first remarking that, "We didn't overrule the Department of Homeland Security, as far as green card holders moving forward, it doesn't affect them". Are you going to do that to American citizens as well that travel in and out of these seven countries?

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"Approximately 80 million global travelers enter the United States every year", the DHS reported.

Priebus didn't do the administration any favors with his take on green card holders' rights Sunday.

"It's being cleared on a case-by-case basis and being moved expeditiously", the official said. It was unclear how quickly the order might affect people in detention.

New "extreme vetting" measures for people entering the U.S. announced by Donald Trump on Friday will nearly certainly test USA law on religious discrimination and the constitutionality of bans on some Muslim migration.

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Bannon and Miller were running point on this order and giving directives regarding green cards, according to a Republican close to the White House.