President Trump continues to defend his immigration order that clamps a temporary ban on U.S. entry for travelers from seven majority-Muslim nations, and refugees from around the world. And he continues to insist it "is not a Muslim ban."
Despite the nationwide protests, the confusion and the mounting questions, Trump said "all is going well."
Lawyers who spent long hours trying to help travelers blindsided by the president's action beg to differ.
Jamil Khuja is one of those attorneys. He went to Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) to help an Iranian green card holder who had been blocked from re-entering the country.