2017-03-16 — washingtonpost.com
One internal report, titled "Most Foreign-Born US-Based Violent Extremists Radicalized After Entering Homeland,'' analyzed roughly 90 cases of suspected or confirmed foreign-born terrorists, finding that most of them likely embraced extremist ideology after they arrived in the United States, not before.
Another report, drawn on classified FBI data, has been used by the Trump administration to bolster its claims that refugees pose a risk of terrorism. But the figures that are the basis for that report undermine a key premise of the travel ban because most of the suspects cited in the report came from countries unaffected by President Trump's executive order, according to officials familiar with the report.
Of course. The travel ban is just part of Trump's all-marketing government.
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