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donald trump to issue new executive order to revise travel ban


following a court injunction on his executive order on travel ban, us president donald trump said he will sign a new version of his executive order banning citizens of seven mostly muslim countries and all refugees from travelling to the united states.stating that it does not want a larger appellate panel to review the court ruling, trump administration in a court filing on february 16 said, it would soon replace the travel ban with his new executive order.“in so doing, the president will clear the way for immediately protecting the country rather than pursuing further, potentially time-consuming litigation,” the administration said in the court documents.you may also likeaddressing a news conference at white house, trump said, “the new order is going to be very much tailored to what i con






trump’s new travel ban will be a lot like the last one


the new white house travel ban is going to look a lot like the last one, a top policy adviser for the trump administration revealed.“fundamentally you’re going to have the same basic policy outcome for the country,” stephen miller told fox news on tuesday night, saying the new executive order will mirror the one halted by courts.“these are mostly minor technical differences,” he added.the last ban temporarily prevented travel of immigrants and refugees from seven majority muslim countries to the united states. it was halted when a seattle judge slapped a temporary restraining order on the executive order, which was upheld by a higher court, the ninth circuit court of appeals.“one of the big differences that you’re going to see in the executive order is that is going to be res...






here's what donald trump's revised travel ban order says


after drawing criticism from several quarters for the travel ban order, united states president donald trump has reportedly revised the travel ban order. the draft of the new executive order targets the same seven countries listed in the original immigration ban order but have decided to exempt green card holders and people who have a visa to travel to the us.following a court injunction on his executive order on travel ban, us president donald trump had earlier stated that he will sign a new version of his executive order banning citizens of seven mostly muslim countries and all refugees from travelling to the united states. stating that it does not want a larger appellate panel to review the court ruling, trump administration in a court filing on february 16 said, it would soon replace t






trump to rescind travel ban order


president's team drops appeal of executive order, but plans to replace it with new onepresident donald trump speaks during a news conference in the east room of the white house in washington, thursday, feb. 16, 2017.washington: president donald trump’s administration dropped thursday its appeal of a court ruling that suspended his travel ban targeting refugees and seven muslim countries and said it would replace the measure with a modified version.the justice department announced the move in a brief filed with the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco. it said the new order would address complaints from a three-judge panel that parts of the order were unconstitutional.“rather than continuing this litigation, the president intends in the near future to rescind the order and replac






trump turned into a hilarious meme again. internet ridicules executive orders.


let’s face it: donald trump is the first meme to become the president of the united states of america.the internet knows that the only thing trump is a good example for is a meme format and we’ve all been laughing at trump memes ever since the election. everything he touches turns into a meme.recently, donald trump signed 18 executive orders and memorandums in the first 12 days of his presidency. not everyone is happy with these orders, with many taking to the streets to protest. meanwhile, on the internet, people are using the video footage of him signing the orders to make some hilarious gifs and memes.obviously, where there’s a blank piece of paper or poster and an infamous character like trump holding it, the internet will undoubtedly find a way to turn that canvas into endless possibi






trump on immigration order's popularity: 'negative polls are fake news'


president trump continued his ault on mainstream polling on monday morning, tweeting that any poll showing his controversial immigration ban is unpopular is “fake news” and erting his internal statistics are superior.the tweets come as trump tries to galvanize support for his orders placing restrictions on travelers from seven countries and pausing syrian refugee resettlement. the justice department is currently fighting against a federal judge’s ruling halting those executive actions.“any negative polls are fake news, just like the cnn, abc, nbc polls in the election. sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting,” trump tweeted.he added: “i call my own s s, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it. some fake news media, in order to marginalize, lies!”trump






donald trump: will issue new executive order on immigration


washington: us president trump has said he will issue a new executive order on immigration by next week. also, the justice department lawyers asked a federal appeals court to hold off on taking action in the legal battle over his initial travel ban until that new order is in place, the washington post reported on thursday. in a news conference at the white house, trump said the new order would "comprehensively protect our country", and he hinted that it might contain new vetting measures for travelers. trump's first order temporarily barred citizens of seven muslim-majority countries and refugees from entering the united states, ostensibly so officials could review and tighten screening procedures. "extreme vetting will be put in place, and it already is in place in many places," trump sa






will issue new executive order on immigration: donald trump


washington: us president trump has said he will issue a new executive order on immigration by next week. also, the justice department lawyers asked a federal appeals court to hold off on taking action in the legal battle over his initial travel ban until that new order is in place, the washington post reported on thursday. in a news conference at the white house, trump said the new order would "comprehensively protect our country", and he hinted that it might contain new vetting measures for travelers. trump's first order temporarily barred citizens of seven muslim-majority countries and refugees from entering the united states, ostensibly so officials could review and tighten screening procedures. "extreme vetting will be put in place, and it already is in place in many places," trump sa






trump slams schwarzenegger at prayer breakfast: 'pray for arnold'


in a recent interview with “extra,” arnold schwarzenegger spoke out against president donald trump’s executive order that temporarily restricts citizens from seven muslim-majority countries from entering the united states.so at thursday’s national prayer breakfast, the president fired back at his successor on “the apprentice.” trump was introduced at the event by “the new celebrity apprentice’s” executive producer mark burnett.“we had tremendous success on ‘the apprentice,’ and when i ran for president i had to leave the show. that’s when i knew for sure i was doing it, and they hired a big, big movie star arnold schwarzenegger to take my place, and we know how that turned out. the ratings went right down the tubes. it’s been a total disaster and mark [burnett] will never, never bet agains






trump gives ‘fake news’ sneer at polls critical of travel ban order


president trump on monday tried to dismiss public opinion surveys showing opposition to his travel ban as “fake news,” insisting that there is popular support for his executive order temporarily prohibiting the entry of all refugees as well as travelers from seven majority-muslim nations.trump tweeted at 7:01 a.m.: “any negative polls are fake news, just like the cnn, abc, nbc polls in the election. sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting.”the president followed that up six minutes later with a second tweet: “i call my own s s, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it. some fake news media, in order to marginalize, lies!”the context of trump's second tweet is unclear, but it may have been aimed at the suggestion, a nced in a “ urday night live” sketch






trump gives ‘fake news’ sneer at polls critical of travel ban order


president trump on monday tried to dismiss public opinion surveys showing opposition to his travel ban as “fake news,” insisting that there is popular support for his executive order temporarily prohibiting the entry of all refugees as well as travelers from seven majority-muslim nations.trump tweeted at 7:01 a.m.: “any negative polls are fake news, just like the cnn, abc, nbc polls in the election. sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting.”the president followed that up six minutes later with a second tweet: “i call my own s s, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it. some fake news media, in order to marginalize, lies!”the context of trump's second tweet is unclear, but it may have been aimed at the suggestion, a nced in a " urday night live" sketch






donald trump looks at new immigration order, no supreme court appeal


by: reuters | washington | published:february 11, 2017 7:01 amus president donald trump said late on friday he is considering issuing a new travel ban executive order, while a white house official said the administration did not plan to escalate a legal dispute over trump’s original travel ban order to the supreme court. trump’s original order banning entry to the united states by refugees and citizens of seven muslim-majority countries was put on hold by a federal judge in seattle last week with a temporary restraining order, and that suspension was upheld by an appeals court in san francisco on thursday. trump said during a surprise visit with reporters aboard air force one en route to florida from washington that he was considering “a brand new order” that could be issued as soon as mo






signed immigration order to keep terrorists out: donald trump


washington: us president donald trump has justified his controversial executive order on immigration, saying it will help keep terrorists out of the country and it was his responsibility to keep americans "safe and free". "i will never forget that my responsibility is to keep you -- the american people -- safe and free," trump said in his weekly address to the nation that also made its debut on facebook and youtube. "that's why last week i signed an executive order to help keep terrorists out of our country. the executive order establishes a process to develop new vetting and mechanisms to ensure those coming into america love and support our people. that they have good intentions," trump said. trump last week signed the executive order to suspend the arrival of refugees and impose tough






revised 'extreme vetting' order drops language rejecting syrian refugees, offici


president donald trump's revised immigration executive order will drop language indefinitely suspending acceptance of syrian refugees by u.s. authorities, a senior administration official told fox news wendesday.the new order, which trump is expected to sign next week, will also add language exempting legal permanent residents, or green-card holders, from a travel ban in a move the administration hopes will remove any reasonable grounds for a legal challenge.trump's prior "extreme vetting" order temporarily suspended all travel to the u.s. for citizens of seven muslim-majority countries for 90 days. a federal judge in washington state halted enforcement of the order and the ninth circuit court of appeals refused to reinstate it.the official said that new language in the revised order ...






federal judge in seattle temporarily halts trump’s immigration order nationwide


seattle –  a federal judge in seattle brought the trump administration’s executive order on immigration to a halt nationwide friday, issuing a temporary restraining order in u.s. district court until further hearings can be held.“the constitution prevailed today,” washington attorney general bob ferguson said after the ruling. “no one is above the law — not even the president.”"this ruling shuts down the (president's) executive order immediately -- shuts it down -- so people can travel like they did before," ferguson said.the hearing e about after the attorneys general of washington and minnesota filed a lawsuit seeking to halt president donald trump’s jan. 27 executive order restricting immigration to the united states from seven muslim-majority countries. it also placed restrictions on r






can president trump’s immigration ban survive?


this is part of the washington post's new podcast series. new episodes of “can he do that?” come out every friday. listen here.when president trump signed an executive order jan. 27 temporarily barring refugees and suspending visas from seven majority-muslim countries, chaos ensued. many people trying to enter — some of whom were legal residents — were detained or prevented from boarding airplanes to the united states, and backlash quickly swelled to incite protests.the strong reaction from those opposed to the ban rose from concerns that the order unfairly targeted muslims, namely because of language in the order that establishes preferential treatment for minority religions in these countries. a lack of clarity in the order itself and a confusing implementation by the administration and






new immigration order next week: trump


president's team drops appeal of original executive order, but plans to replace it with new onepresident donald trump speaks during a news conference in the east room of the white house in washington, thursday, feb. 16, 2017.washington: president donald trump on thursday said he will announce a new executive order on immigration next week, pressing on with an amended version of the much-criticized travel ban now caught up in court.“we will be issuing a new and very comprehensive order to protect our people,” he told a news conference.the justice department announced soon after that it wants to drop an appeal against a court ruling that suspended the travel ban targeting nationals from seven mainly muslim countries as well as all refugees.the ban’s stated goal is to keep out terrorists.the






islamic state fighters reportedly calling trump travel ban the 'blessed ban'


isis fighters are reportedly hailing president trump’s executive order on immigration as “the blessed ban” — saying it proves to their followers that america really does “hate” islam.a resident in the iraqi city of mosul, which is still considered an islamic state stronghold, told new york times terror correspondent rukmini callimachi that the jihadists have been openly celebrating the ban ever since trump singed it into effect on jan. 27.“they’ve even coined a phrase for it,” she tweeted wednesday. “‘the blessed ban.'”iraq is one of the seven predominantly muslim countries — along with iran, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen — from which refugees and citizens are temporarily barred from entering.callimachi claimed residents in mosul had been up in arms about trump’s executive order,






did not have a nce notice of trump immigration ban: theresa may


by: reuters | london | updated: february 1, 2017 6:44 pm file p o: president donald trump and british prime minister theresa may walk along the colonnades of the white house in washington, friday, jan. 27, 2017. (source: ap)british prime minister theresa may said on wednesday she was not given a nce notice of us president donald trump’s plan to sign an executive order suspending the us admission of refugees shortly after the two met in washington.watch what else is in the newslast friday, trump issued an executive order barring refugees from the united states and suspending travel from seven muslim-majority countries, stirring protests at home and abroad. responding to a question from opposition leader jeremy corbyn, may told parliament: “if he’s asking me whether i had a nce notice of th






trump wants to reduce crime. but he doesn’t understand good police work.


president trump signs an executive order on crime. (jabin botsford/the washington post)president trump declared in executive orders this month that the federal government would try to “reduce crime in america” and that the white house was opposed to violence against law enforcement officers.our criminal justice system works mostly at the local and state level, so the executive branch of the federal government is limited in its influence over local police. crime reduction does not happen through fearmongering or federal fiat. and violence against police is illegal. but although the substance of these orders is near zero, their very existence reveals a shift in focus under the trump administration.reducing crime is a fabulous wish, and a federal focus on crime reduction was curiously ...






president fires acting attorney general over refugee ban statement


president trump fired the acting attorney general of the united states after she refused to defend in court his refugee and immigration ban.the clash monday between trump and longtime prosecutor sally yates revealed disagreements surrounding friday’s executive order that suspended the u.s. refugee program for 120 days and banned entries from seven muslim-majority nations for 90 days. the attorney general is the head of the department of justice and the chief lawyer for the u.s. government. if a person or group were to challenge whether trump’s order is lawful under the constitution, the attorney general or someone from that office would argue in support of the order.on monday afternoon, yates told justice department lawyers that she wasn’t “convinced that the executive order is lawful.” th






doctor reunited with his iranian wife after travel ban blocked


a newlywed doctor in new hampshire was reunited wednesday with his wife, an iranian citizen who successfully traveled to the united states after president trump's travel ban held up their plans. dr. omid moghimi, a u.s. citizen who works at dartmouth-hitchcock medical center, said a visa interview for his wife was canceled after trump's executive order took effect last month barring travelers from seven muslim-majority countries, including iran, from entering the u.s. a judge later blocked the order, and an appeals court refused to reinstate it. the white house maintained the travel restrictions were essential for safety. trump has said he plans to issue a revised order.trump's terrorism fearmongering vs. the facts(mike barwell/ap) moghimi, 28, was born in maryland ...






conway: travel ban part of trump's 'responsibility,' 'authority' and 'duty'


counselor to the president kellyanne conway defended president donald trump's executive order halting travel to the u.s. from seven majority-muslim nations monday, saying that trump "has a responsibility, the authority, and indeed, the duty to protect americans."conway spoke to fox news' "hannity" hours after the justice department filed a brief with a federal appeals court seeking the ban's restoration three days after a federal judge in washington state halted the order. justice department asks appeals court to restore trump's travel ban echoing the justice department brief, conway argued that friday's decision by u.s. district court judge james robart was "overly broad.""it’s a nationwide injunction," conway said. "he referenced religion where, in fact, that has nothing to do with the e






trump adviser miller says new executive orders on illegal immigration an 'option


president trump policy adviser stephen miller said sunday that the white house is “considering and pursuing all options” to impose an immigration travel ban, now that trump’s executive order on the issue has been halted in federal court.miller, an immigration hawk, told “fox news sunday” that new executive orders to protect americans from “hostile” intruders are under consideration, as are potential legal challenges.“we are contemplating new and additional actions … to ensure our immigration system is not vehicles for terrorists,” said miller, who was instrumental in crafting former alabama sen. jeff sessions' policies on illegal immigration. (sessions is now the u.s. attorney general.)a federal appeals court recently halted trump’s jan. 27 executive order to temporarily ban travel from se






pence: 'any fair-minded person' would understand trump's immigration order


vice president mike pence defended president donald trump's executive order halting immigration from seven majority-muslim countries thursday, telling fox news' sean hannity that "any fair-minded person" would understand the directive's intent. "what president trump has done is essentially impose a pause on countries that have been compromised by terrorism so that we can evaluate the screening process and establish ... extreme vetting so that people coming in to this country don’t represent a threat to our families and our communities," pence said on "hannity." pence added that the order was "clearly not a muslim ban" and "not in any way ociated with religion."judge orders halt to trump's ban for immigrant visa holdersthe vice president also defended the order's implementation, which led t






trump jokes with sheriffs about destroying a texas legislator’s career over et f


as judges weigh travel ban, trump erts that courts are ‘so political’in a speech to law enforcement officials in washington, trump defended the immigration order a day after three federal appellate judges lobbed critical inquiries at those challenging and defending the plan that blocks the entry of people from iraq, iran, somalia, sudan, libya, syria and yemen. trump insisted the order was within his executive powers and “a bad high school student would understand this.”






won’t prejudge outcome of private bills: mea on h1b visas


by: express news service | new delhi | published:february 3, 2017 4:04 amemphasising that no executive order has been p ed by the donald trump administration for overhauling of h1b visas so far, india thursday said it will not “prejudge” the outcome of the three private bills raised in this regard before they go through the full congressional process.watch what else is making news“no executive order has been signed so far… three private bills have been introduced in the us house of representatives. such bills have been introduced in the past also and such bills have to go through the full congressional process,” the ministry of external affairs’ official spokesperson vikas swarup said.“let’s not prejudge the outcome because we have seen what has happened to the similar bills in the past a






donald trump succumbs to pressure. these are the new guidelines for green card h


us president donald trump on wednesday issued new guidelines on its travel ban and clarified that green card holders or legally permanent residents, are not required to have a waiver to enter the united states. initially, the trump administration had stated that under the executive order, permanent legal residents were barred from entering the country but they could apply for a waiver and be rescreened.“they no longer need a waiver because if they are a legal permanent resident they won’t need it anymore…in the sake of efficiency, we have interpreted the guidance to all of these agencies … that that does not apply, they no longer need a waiver,” white house spokesman sean spicer said.trump’s controversial order is aimed at citizens of seven majority-muslim countries. the change in the orde






how today’s visa restrictions might impact tomorrow’s america


many tech companies and scholars have raised their voices against president trump’s jan. 27 executive order on immigration. the hundreds of researchers and high-skilled workers who could be affected by the travel ban are part of the larger u.s. innovation economy, a community that relies heavily on foreign talent and whose members now worry that legal immigration could be the next target.we asked three experts on innovation, competitiveness and the workforce on how broad immigration reform could affect the country.nearly 100 silicon valley companies – including tech giants like apple, facebook, google, microsoft and twitter – filed an amicus brief opposing trump’s immigration order nearly a week after it was implemented. the brief stated that the order disrupts business operations,...






trump maintains travel ban keeps ‘bad people’ out


president trump on wednesday shrugged off critics of his controversial executive order suspending immigration from seven muslim-majority nations.“everybody is arguing whether or not it is a ban. call it what you want, it is about keeping bad people (with bad intentions) out of country!” trump said in a morning tweet.trump’s latest tweet suggests the white house is retreating from its position from the day before.on tuesday, white house press secretary sean spicer insisted to reporters that the executive order is not a “ban.”“it can’t be a ban if you’re letting 1 million people, and if 325,000 people from another [muslim] country can come in, then that is, by nature, not a ban,” spicer said tuesday at the white house.but when a reporter notified the press secretary that it was president tru






indian-american lawmakers slam republican hindu coalition for backing immigratio


by: pti | washington | published:february 1, 2017 2:58 pmindian-american lawmakers have slammed the us-based republican hindu coalition for supporting president donald trump’s executive order on immigration, which they alleged takes the country backwards “towards dark times”.“as the most senior indian-american member of congress, i believe that donald trump’s executive order does not reflect who we are as americans,” ami bera, a three-time congressman, said.watch what else is making news“the actions of the republican hindu coalition (rhc) today do not reflect the breadth and diversity of the indian-american community, or our diaspora,” he said in a rare criticism of an indian-american organi ion related to the republican party.bera, along with three other indian-american lawmakers, vented






majority of americans want barack obama back as president: poll


by: pti | washington | published:february 3, 2017 3:22 pm us president donald trump and former president barack obama. (file p o)less than two weeks into donald trump’s presidency, a majority of americans want barack obama back as president with a significant percentage of voters already thinking that the real estate tycoon-turned-politician should be removed from office, according to a new poll. it has not taken long for voters to miss the good old days of obama with 52 per cent saying they would rather have him as president, to only 43 per cent who are glad trump is at the helm, according to a survey by public policy polling.“usually a newly elected president is at the peak of their popularity and enjoying their honeymoon period after taking office,” said dean debnam, president of publi






air france reopens us flights to p engers hit by travel ban


paris: air france said on urday it had reopened us-bound flights to p engers affected by president donald trump's travel ban on nationals from seven muslim-majority countries, after the executive order was temporarily suspended by a federal court. "starting today we are implementing this court decision," air france spokesman herve erschler said. "nationals from the countries concerned are being authorised to fly once again to the united states, providing their papers and visas are in order." erschler said american government representatives in paris had advised local airlines they could resume us-bound services for citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen. a federal judge in seattle on friday suspended trump's week-old executive order barring their travel.






trump appealing 9th circuit court ruling on his immigration ban


president trump plans to appeal the decision that halted his ban on immigration from seven countries, according to a report on fox business on monday.the 9th circuit court of appeals last thursday continued a stay on trump’s executive order that banned travel from seven countries — iran, iraq, syria, libya, sudan, somalia and yemen.lawyers for the federal government and the states that opposed the executive order will discuss the ruling at 6 p.m. eastern time on monday, fox business reported.trump’s lawyers will seek an en banc hearing — meaning the court would select 11 judges at random from a judicial pool of about 30 judges in that circuit to hear the appeal.only three of the 9th circuit judges heard the case and all ruled against the administration.share this:






supreme court nominee gorsuch says trump’s attacks on judiciary are ‘demoralizin


president trump’s escalating attacks on the judicial branch drew denunciation wednesday from his supreme court nominee, neil gorsuch, who told lawmakers that the attacks were “demoralizing” and “disheartening” to the independence of the federal courts.“he certainly expressed to me that he is disheartened by the demoralizing and abhorrent comments made by president trump about the judiciary,” sen. richard blumenthal (d- conn.) told reporters after meeting privately with gorsuch. gorsuch’s comments to blumenthal were confirmed by ron bonjean, a member of the judge’s “sherpa” team, a group of aides tasked with helping him navigate the confirmation process.earlier in the day, trump continued his days-long crusade against the judicial branch, after a seattle judge halted his controversial execu






won't prejudge outcome of 3 private bills: india on h1b visas


new delhi: erting that no executive order has been p ed by the trump administration for overhauling of h1b visas so far, india today said it will not "prejudge" the outcome of the three private bills raised in this regard when they go through the full congressional process. "no executive order has been signed so far... three private bills have been introduced in the us house of representatives. such bills have been introduced in the past also and such bills have to go through the full congressional process. "let's not prejudge the outcome because we have seen what has happened to the similar bills in the past also. if and when the executive order is p ed, we will certainly give a reaction," external affairs ministry spokesperson vikas swarup said. he also said india remains in dialogue w






the feud between donald trump and arnold schwarzenegger continues


arnold schwarzenegger (thomas samson/afp); donald trump. (paul j. richards/afp/getty images)the war of words between the current host of “celebrity apprentice” and the previous one continues. of course this is no random reality-star war: we’re talking about former california governor arnold schwarzenegger and president trump, respectively.schwarzenegger on monday said trump’s executive order banning immigrants’ entry to the united states was “badly vetted” (that’s an oft-heard criticism) and “makes us look stupid” (that’s a flourish) in an interview with “extra’s” mario lopez.the austrian-born actor-turned-pol-turned-host noted that, at one time, he was a green-card holder, like some people affected by trump’s order. “i was in that position,” schwarzenegger said. “it’s crazy and makes us l






iranian baby with heart defect to undergo surgery soon


an iranian infant soon will have life-saving heart surgery in portland after she was temporarily banned from coming into the u.s. by president donald trump's immigration order.officials at ohsu doernbecher children's hospital said in a news release that 4-month-old fatameh reshad had a cardiac catheterization friday in preparation for her surgery.interim head of the division of pediatric cardiology, dr. laurie armsby, said the results were "very encouraging."iranian doctors told the child's parents weeks ago that she needed surgery. but the family's tourist visa was abruptly canceled after trump announced his executive order banning the entry of people from seven countries with muslim majorities.a seattle judge issued a temporary restraining order on the ban the same day a waiver was grant






55% of voters approve of trump's travel ban, poll shows


more voters approve of president trump's controversial executive order on immigration than they do of nearly any other of his orders, a new poll out wednesday found. more than half (55%) of registered voters said they approve of the order — which bars people from seven muslim-majority countries and all refugees from entering the u.s. — while only 38% said they disapprove, the latest morning consult/politico poll found. that would represent the highest rating found in a morning consult/politico poll for any of the executive orders trump has signed so far. the high mark ties the 55% who said in a morning consult/ politico poll that they supported trump's executive order last month to revoke federal government funding for so-called "sanctuary cities."trump says u.s. won't be safe and secure






starbucks, google react to trump


president trump’s executive order on refugees has prompted strong action from google and starbucks, criticism from goldman sachs and a pragmatic approach from tesla ceo elon musk, a south african immigrant who is a trump adviser.google has created a crisis fund that is likely to raise $4 million for four immigrant rights organizations.the mountain view company confirmed a usa today report that it is funding an initial $2 million for the fund that can be matched with up to $2 million in donations from employees. the money will go toward the american civil liberties union, the immigrant legal resource center, the international rescue committee and the u.n. refugee agency.the search engine’s doodle on monday also recognized what would have been the 98th birthday of fred korematsu, an american