Trump Admin Warns Against Iran Travel as Tehran Mulls Own U.S. Travel Ban

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani gives a press conference in Tehran

The Trump administration is emphasizing warnings against travel to Iran by U.S. citizens in light of the Islamic Republic’s latest effort to implement its own travel ban on Americans, which comes in response to the White House’s new immigration order temporarily halting all immigration from Iran and several other Muslim-majority nations designated as terrorism hotspots, according to U.S. officials.

Trump Admin Blasted for Continuing Obama Admin Effort to Sell Iran Planes

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The Trump administration is under increasing criticism from Republican lawmakers for continuing Obama-era policies to provide material support to the Iranian regime, including airplanes, which many have warned could be used to illegally ferry weapons across the Middle East on behalf of the Islamic Republic’s war effort, according to lawmakers and veteran congressional insiders who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.

CIA, DOJ Sued Over Leaks of Classified Info About Former NSA Flynn

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The CIA and Departments of Justice and Treasury are being sued by a prominent legal organization for their role in leaking highly classified material as part of an effort to undermine the credibility of former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn, according to an announcement.

Attacks on Top Trump Adviser Gorka a Product of Obama Admin Holdovers, Targeted Leaks

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Obama administration holdovers and loyalists are waging a leak-driven media campaign against a senior counter-terrorism adviser hand-picked by President Donald Trump, with the aim of undermining the Trump administration’s national security apparatus, according to multiple senior White House officials and sources close to the administration.

Newly Installed NSA McMaster Reassures National Security Staff: No Witch Hunts Coming

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Incoming White House National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster sought to reassure senior Trump administration officials during his first “all hands” staff meeting Thursday, according to those who attended the get together and told the Washington Free Beacon that McMaster informed staffers he does not intend to pursue a major shakeup of President Donald Trump’s national security team.