Think Trump’s Travel Ban Has No Implications for U.S. Citizens? Think Again

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  1. Anglocentric says:

    First, your examples have nothing to do with Trump’s travel ban and all but one occurred during other Presidencies indicating these policies have a long history. On the NASA example, if that employee crossed the border with classified documentation stored on his phone and no export license for that documentation, he broke the law. We don’t prosecute espionage in this country. We actually prosecute illegal export of classified information. Having worked in the electronics industry for decades, I’ve watched engineers run afoul of this for years. Private government contractors do a lot of training on the topic. Most times it is simply forgetfulness about the content on a device or the desire to skip the added licensing documentation step when carrying documentation to an international meeting.

  2. JerryK says:

    …subjected to an involuntary cavity search at a local hospital under the direct orders and supervision of U.S. border agents.
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    If we shuttled the Muslim rapefugees to El Paso, word might get out that this was in store for them. Problem solved before we get what France and Germany are experiencing now.

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