CBS: DHS report: Citizens of travel ban countries "rarely implicated" in U.S.-based terrorism
An intelligence report compiled by DHS’ Intelligence and Analysis Unit has concluded that citizens affected by President Trump’s travel ban are “rarely implicated in U.S.-based terrorism.”
The report concluded that “country of citizenship is unlikely to be a reliable indicator of potential terrorist activity,” and it says that “relatively few” of the citizens of these countries maintain access to the U.S.” The countries named in the president’s original travel ban were Somalia, Libya, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan and Yemen.
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WNU Editor: The White House is disputing this DHS memo .... Trump rejects DHS intelligence report on travel ban (FOX News). What's my take .... this is just a draft report using incomplete data .... the final report may come to an entirely different conclusion. But this leak tells me that the intel community's war against the Trump administration is still continuing.
More News On A Leaked Department of Homeland Security Document That Disputes The Terror Threat From Countries included In The Travel Ban
DHS analysis found no evidence of extra threat posed by travel-ban nations: report -- The Hill
Homeland Security Intelligence Report Disputes Terror Threat for Countries Included in Travel Ban -- TIME
Donald Trump Rejects Intelligence Report on Travel Ban -- WSJ
DHS memo contradicts threats cited by Trump's travel ban -- USA Today
DHS report casts doubt on need for Trump travel ban -- Washington Post
DHS Draft Report Casts Doubt on Extra Threat From ‘Travel Ban’ Nationals in U.S. -- NBC
Leaked DHS Doc Says Trump's Seven Countries Aren't Very Dangerous -- Mother Jones
White House request of report to support travel ban said to cause concern among intelligence officials -- International Business Times
In Latest Intel Mutiny Against Trump, DHS Analysts Say White House Travel Ban Is Wrong -- Zero Hedge