Hundreds of Muslims and their supporters gathered near the White House on Wednesday to protest Donald Trump’s latest travel ban. Crowd rallied at Lafayette Park to hear speeches and later marched to the Trump Hotel. One activist and organiser Linda Sarsour told the crowd: “This is a part of a standing campaign by this administration, a white supremacist agenda that wants to tell people who is... Еще worthy and who is not worthy, who belongs here and who doesn’t belong here.” Dubbed the Muslim Ban 3.0, President Trump's new executive order sees Chad and North Korea joining the list of Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia and Libya. It also bans certain Venezuelan government officials and their families from entering the United States. Sudan has been removed from the latest list.