Myanmar refugees may be hurt most by Trump resettlement cuts
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Tin, her husband and five children have cleared years of refugee hurdles to come to the U.S.: blood tests, interviews, DNA and fingerprints, background checks. She has her one must-bring possession within reach, a well-worn Bible, and keeps their phone charged for the U.S. Embassy to call.
But the odds of that happening dropped precipitously.
President Donald Trump's 16-page redone travel ban "to keep the bad dudes out" aims to stop people from six Musli...