President Donald Trump is set to sign a new version of the travel ban he’s promised will “make America safe again” — and this time, legal experts say, it will be bulletproof.
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Trump’s order will legally halt entries to the United States for people from six Muslim-majority countries who are seeking new visas, according to a fact sheet distributed to lawmakers.
Trump is expected to sign the order on Monday.
The new directive aims to address legal issues that arose from the original order, which was blocked by liberal courts.
According to the fact sheet, people from Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia and Yemen who do not currently have valid visas will be blocked from coming to the U.S. for at least 90 days.
Iraq was originally included on the list of banned countries, but is now left off after striking a deal with the White House to do more on their end.
According to the fact sheet, Iraq was removed from the order after agreeing to increase cooperation with the U.S. government on vetting of its citizens applying for a travel visa.
The Associated Press contributed to this article