Trump tweets after judge bars deportations

President Donald Trump tweeted a response, early Sunday, the morning after a federal judge issued an emergency order temporarily barring the U.S. from deporting people from nations subject to his travel ban.

The Saturday night order said travelers who'd been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights had been violated.

Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) agreed the executive order was wrong. Sunday, they spoke, along with guests directly affected.

"The Department of Homeland Security will continue to enforce all of President Trump's Executive Orders in a manner that ensures the safety and security of the American people. President Trump's Executive Orders remain in place--prohibited travel will remain prohibited, and the U.S. government retains its right to revoke visas at any time if required for national security or public safety. President Trump's Executive Order affects a minor portion of international travelers, and is a first step towards reestablishing control over America's borders and national security.

"Approximately 80 million international travelers enter the United States every year. Yesterday, less than one percent of the more than 325,000 international air travelers who arrive every day were inconvenienced while enhanced security measures were implemented. These individuals went through enhanced security screenings and are being processed for entry to the United States, consistent with our immigration laws and judicial orders.

"The Department of Homeland Security will faithfully execute the immigration laws, and we will treat all of those we encounter humanely and with professionalism. 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.

"The Department of Homeland Security will comply with judicial orders; faithfully enforce our immigration laws, and implement President Trump's Executive Orders to ensure that those entering the United States do not pose a threat to our country or the American people."

"The United States of America is a great country that is built upon great values such as racial equality, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. As such, the Sudanese American Community of Philadelphia has supported and continues to support these great American values.

"We believe that President Donald Trump's Executive Order that blocks entry into the United States from countries such as Sudan, that is based on religion, is discriminatory, is un-American, and does not represent the values of racial equality and freedom of religion that this great country stands for.

"The Sudanese American Community of Philadelphia is against all kinds of terrorism, violence, hatred, and all other human rights abuse.

"We as Sudanese Americans as well as Sudanese in general, would like to assure our president and all our fellow Americans that Sudan does not represent radicalism or terrorism and no Sudanese individual was caught committing such offenses.

"We, as Sudanese Americans, feel and believe that this executive order will affect all Sudanese Americans negatively and we are against it. We kindly request the President and his administration to reconsider this Executive Order."