January 31, 2017 | By Brian Hanson

Deep Dish: Trump Immigration Ban – Making America Safe or ISIS Great?

President Trump’s executive order suspending new refugee admissions and blocking travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries has sparked protests across the United States and shocked the world. Ian Tuttle says Trump’s order is mostly right on substance but wrong on rollout, while Robert Pape says Trump is making ISIS great again. Listen to this episode of Deep Dish to hear two leading voices describe what’s at stake.

Ian Tuttle, Thomas L. Rhodes Fellow at the National Review Institute and an editor at the National Review.

Robert Pape, Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago

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