Trump's controversial policy of forcing Barack Obama to speak

President Donald Trump immigration policy which sparked chaos and protests in various places in the United States Barack Obama turns unsettling.

US President Barack Obama shake hands with the president-elect Donald Trump when the two met at the White House, Washington DC, Thursday (11/10/2016).

For the first time after stepping down from his post, the 44th President of the United States was finally commented on his successor's controversial policies.

"President Obama was moved by the situation that occurred in various places in the country," said Obama spokesman Kevin Lewis.

"Citizens execute their constitutional right to associate, assemble and voice their opinions to be heard elected officials," said Lewis.

"This is what we will experience when the values ​​of this country is at stake," said Lewis.

Obama's comments seem to be adding a sense of isolation of the White House. During the last 48 hours, President Trump kept trying to defend himself from criticism on the policy is issued.

"All day yesterday went well in terms of state security," Trump said during a meeting with small entrepreneurs, Monday (30/01/2017).

In her comments via his Twitter account, or in the White House, Trump tried to ignore the negative impact of policy making.

He also defended his policy of not giving prior warning to the border guards, diplomats and travelers.

"Only 109 people out of 325,000 were detained and questioned. The big problem at airports caused disruption Delta Airlines computer system," said Trump.

On Friday last week, Trump signed an executive order to postpone the refugees and citizens of seven countries entered US territory.

The seven countries are "victims" of this rule are the countries of Muslim majority, namely Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Syria, Libya, Somalia, and Sudan.

This policy immediately met with resistance from the people who staged a rally and lawyers are planning to sue this policy.

In addition, the resistance came from the corporate world. Starbucks insists soon employ 10,000 people displaced around the world in the next five years.

Meanwhile, Google is providing money $ 4 million to help its staff affected by the controversial policies.

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