President Donald Trump is expected to sign a new refugee and immigration executive order on Wednesday, one day after addressing lawmakers at a joint session of Congress.READ MORE: Texas Bill On Increased Police Accountability In Honor Of Botham Jean Signed Into Law
That’s according to a senior administration official.
Trump initially planned to sign the new order last week, but spokesman Sean Spicer said the president was holding off “to make sure that when we execute this, it’s done in a manner that’s flawless.”READ MORE: Feud Between 2 Groups Of Teens Led To Deadly Mass Shooting In Austin, Police Say
The president’s initial order temporarily halting all entries into the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority countries was blocked by a federal judge. Trump has vigorously criticized the decision.
The administration official was not authorized to discuss the rollout of the new order publicly and insisted on anonymity.MORE NEWS: North Texas Officer Helps Wrangle Snake From Inside Man's Car At Shopping Center
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