>> White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus appearing to walk back a key part of President Trump's executive order banning immigrants from seven Muslim countries. Saying on Face the Nation Sunday that it does not include those holding a green card who are legal US residents but that they should expect extra scrutiny when trying to enter the country.
>> If you're a person that has a green card for whatever reason from Yemen, and you're coming back and forth to Yemen into JFK. I think it's reasonable to expect that a customs and border patrol agents going to have a few more questions for you to wonder why in the world you keep coming back and forth from Yemen.
Now, maybe it's no big deal, but it does mean that that person traveling back and forth from one of those countries is going to get a few more questions.>> Meanwhile, three more federal judges in Massachusetts, Virginia, and Washington State standing in defiance to Trump's order by preventing several travelers from being deported.
Their rulings follow a similar one made by a New York judge Saturday, the result of a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. Trump's immigration order puts a four month hold on refugees and a 90 day halt on travelers from seven Middle Eastern and African countries. The White House insisting the order is not a ban on Muslims.
>> This is not a Muslim ban, John.>> But the President said Christians from those countries could receive preferential treatment. On Sunday, Trump tweeting quote, Christians in the Middle East have been executed in large numbers. We cannot allow this horror to continue. And further defending his order by saying our country needs strong borders and extreme vetting, now.
Look what is happening all over Europe. And indeed, the world, a horrible mess.