By now, you’ve probably read about the incredible travel challenges posed by the arrival of Donald Trump in the US, as he is set to be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
You probably also heard about the ridiculous delays experienced by people trying to get to and from airports across the country, which are all due to Trump’s controversial executive order, which was signed by President Trump on January 20th.
This week, we looked at how Trump’s order is set for its first major test and how it is likely to affect your travel.
But now that the new US President is on the throne, what will his new administration do about all of the issues he’s raised?
And how can you help?
To find out, we’ve teamed up with our pals at The Irish Star to take a look at all the issues that are going to play a huge role in the new President’s travel plans.
And with all the headlines surrounding the travel ban, the new executive order and Trump’s plans to ban all Muslims, it’s important to look at the many, many other issues that the President has raised and how these relate to the US.
The President has issued a number of executive orders, most of which have been signed by his successor, Donald Trump.
But there is a huge amount of precedent for President Trump’s executive orders being upheld.
What can we learn from past executive orders?
The President signed executive orders before the current US constitution, but none of the new presidents has used this power.
President George W Bush issued an executive order that was upheld by the Supreme Court in 2003.
In the process, President Trump has been criticised for his attempts to limit immigration and his efforts to create an artificial barrier to people from certain countries coming to the United Kingdom.
Donald Trump has issued several executive orders to restrict immigrationThe President of Mexico has issued an Executive Order that was later upheld by a federal court.
President Trump also issued an order that has been upheld by both the Supreme Courts of the US and the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
In each case, the order restricts the entry of foreign nationals from countries that the United Nations says are in violation of human rights.
The United States and Canada both have immigration and border restrictionsThe United Kingdom has no restrictions on immigration from the European UnionThe United Nations has no guidelines on how many countries are considered “safe havens”The US has a number or requirements to ensure that all immigrants who come to the country are treated fairly.
In this instance, the President of India issued an official order that is likely upheld by this court in its entirety.
President Trump also issues Executive Orders and other legislationThe US president has issued many executive orders in his first term, which have not been subject to a constitutional challenge, but they have been upheld in federal court by the US Supreme Court.
For instance, President Obama issued an Immigration Executive Order, which has been challenged by the courts, and President Trump issued an Emergency Order, but was upheld in the lower courts.
The US President also issued several bills of rights, which allow the President to restrict government activity and restrict the powers of the Executive Branch, but the courts have upheld these as constitutional.
President Donald Trump issued Executive Orders that were struck down in federal courtsThe Trump administration issued several Executive Orders on immigration, and they have not yet been challenged in federal district courts, but are still upheld by US courts.
For instance, under President Trump, the US issued an immigration executive order targeting people from seven countries.
This executive order has been struck down by the highest court in the countryIn 2016, President Donald Trump signed an Executive order that restricted immigration from certain Muslim-majority countries.
He also issued a revised version of that order that had a broader definition of who is allowed to come to America and has been ruled unconstitutional by the Federal Circuit Court of appeals.
President Obama issued several Presidential ProclamationsThe President made several Presidential proclamatory orders in the 2016 election and has not yet made any new executive orders.
For example, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation that called for a “new and comprehensive approach to national security and foreign policy” and promised to work with allies, international organisations and others to achieve that goal.
The Obama administration issued an anti-terror executive orderThe Obama Administration issued an Anti-Terrorism Executive Order.
The Executive Order called for the construction of a “national security architecture that will protect our citizens and communities from terrorist acts, and to deter future acts of violence”.
President Trump issued several proclammatory Executive Orders, which were also struck down.
The Trump administration also issued one of the most sweeping anti-terrorism measures in history, which allowed for indefinite detention without trial.
President Barack Obama has issued Executive orders to limit the power of the executive branchThe Trump Administration has issued multiple executive orders on immigration and have not issued any new ones.
For example, the Obama administration passed an executive directive that limited the ability of Immigration and Customs Enforcement to detain people who