Protest at Copley Square Boston

United States braced for a second day of furious protests against Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven Muslim countries as the white house doubled down despite a partial stay from a federal judge.

Protests were scheduled outside the Copley Square in Boston,white house and in New York’s battery park, which looks across to the statue of liberty — America’s famed beacon of freedom and immigration and expected at airports nationwide.

Also affected were foreign dual nationals, who may not have needed a visa to enter the united states, for example British citizens, and at least initially green card holders already on the path to us citizenship.

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