Obama spoke out against anti-immigrant decree trump

The official representative of the former head of the White house Kevin Lewis said that Obama supported the US citizens protesting against the anti-immigrant decree of trump. “Citizens use their constitutional right to gather and Express their opinion to protect American values,” – said in a statement quoted by Politico.

Lewis did not comment on that decree trump, however, indicated that the ex-President opposes discrimination on matters of faith and religion.

Politico notes that this is the first comment Obama after the inauguration of the new President.

January 27, Donald trump signed a decree “On the protection of the country from the entry of foreign terrorists.” The document has restricted entry into the country for residents of a number of countries in the Middle East, including refugees from Syria.

Readiness to challenge the decree of the President of the United States, said prosecutors of a number of regions, including the Prosecutor of the state of Washington Bob Ferguson.