NJ lawmakers fight back against Trump’s executive order on immigration
NEW JERSEY — New Jersey lawmakers and residents are fighting back against President Donald Trump's recent executive order on immigration. "His executive order is a betrayal of our values. It is in clear print," Democratic Senator Cory Booker said. Senator Booker joined Senator Bob Menendez and the mayors of Jersey City and Newark Monday to speak out against President Trump's Friday night executive order. It's aim was to keep refugees and immigrants from seven predominantly muslim nations out of the United States.