13. Representative Ben Sasse from Nebraska said the order will make America less safe: “If we send a signal to the Middle East that the U.S. sees all Muslims as jihadis, the terrorist recruiters win by telling kids that America is banning Muslims and that this is America versus one religion.”

14. Representative Carlos Curbelo from Florida said: “I expect that these executive orders are in fact temporary and that once the Administration strengthens the vetting process, we can continue our tradition of welcoming those who are persecuted in an orderly manner and without any kind of religious test.”

15. Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen from Florida said: ”I object to the suspension of visas from the seven named countries because we could have accomplished our objective of keeping our homeland safe by immediate implementation of more thorough screening procedures.”

16. Representative Barbara Comstock from Virginia said: ”The President’s Executive Order issued yesterday went beyond the increased vetting actions that Congress has supported.”

17. Senator Cory Gardner from Colorado said: “I urge the Administration to take the appropriate steps to fix this overly broad executive order.”

18. Representative Elise Stefanik from New York said: “I oppose President Trump’s rushed and overly broad Executive Order.”

19. Representative Will Hurd from Texas said: ”This visa ban is the ultimate display of mistrust and will erode our allies’ willingness to fight with us.”

20. John Kasich, the Governor of Ohio, said: “Frankly, when I look at this, I think he was ill-served by his staff. If I were the president, I’d be very upset with the staff “

21 & 22. Marco Rubio, a representative from Florida, and Tim Scott, a representative for South Carolina, said in a joint statement: “After reviewing the recent Executive Orders, it is clear to us that some of what is being said and reported about the scope and implications of these measures is misleading. However, it is also clear that the manner in which these measures were crafted and implemented have greatly contributed to the confusion, anxiety and uncertainty of the last few days. We generally support additional vetting for many of those entering our country from nations where the United States has identified there are serious concerns regarding terrorist activities and planning. But given the broad scope and nature of these policy changes, we have some unanswered questions and concerns.”

That makes 22 Republican senators and representatives who have openly criticized President Trump’s executive order so far—just 7% of the total of 302 Republican congress members.

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