WASHINGTON (AP) – A spokesman for Barack Obama says the previous president “basically disagrees” with discrimination that targets individuals based mostly on their faith.
The assertion alluded to however didn’t particularly point out President Donald Trump’s short-term ban on refugees from a number of Muslim-majority nations. The White Home says the ban isn’t a Muslim ban as a result of dozens of Muslim-majority nations aren’t affected.
Obama spokesman Kevin Lewis says Obama is “heartened” by the quantity of engagement being seen throughout the nation. He’s referring to protests towards Trump’s order on immigration and refugees.
Lewis says “American values are at stake.” He’s praising residents who’re exercising constitutional rights to assemble and “have their voices heard.”
Obama has not weighed in on a political problem since leaving workplace on Jan. 20. He has stated he plans to offer Trump room to control however would converse out if Trump violates primary U.S. values.