As many already know, President Donald Trump signed an order "temporarily" preventing people from the following countries from entering our nation: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
This can turn out both positive and negative. The positive is that the risk of a terrorism threat and/or acts of terror significantly lower. As a population grows, so do risks. Our nation doesn't have the land, money, or stability right now to provide homes to millions of EVEN MORE people.
The negative is that many countries disagree with this plan. This can lead to violence and even wars.
Additionally, Barack Obama enacted a similar law, however, why is it that only this caused an uproar? Obama, in 2011, prohibited Iraqis from entering for six months.
As a foundation that strongly opposes violence, we endorse President Trump's plan. This is simply for the safety of Americans. Violence, through protesting, is also being caused by many of the people that oppose this plan- The same people that wanted to "build bridges."