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With President Trump's far-reaching executive order suspending immigration from seven Muslim countries and blocking refugees' entrance to the U.S., people are being detained in airports across the country. New York's JFK Airport in particular has become ground zero for the ban's chilling effects, with one woman attempting suicide for fear of being sent back to Chile and two Iraqi war heroes filing a lawsuit against Trump over being held there despite their visas.

These headlines prompted the quick assembly of a protest at JFK's Terminal 4, where a number of such travelers have been detained.

TAKE ACTION NOW: There are reports of dozens of people (refugees, visa holders) being denied entry at JFK because of...

Posted by The New York Immigration Coalition on Saturday, January 28, 2017
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As the ranks of the protest swelled, even members of congress turned out to demand an immediate end to Trump's unconstitutional order.

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As of this writing, the protest is still going strong, with no end in sight.

Protests at JFK airport after refugees were detained following Trump's ban targeting seven Muslim nations.

Posted by BuzzFeed News on Saturday, January 28, 2017

By and large, Trump voters seemed pretty sure that none of his terrible policy proposals would affect them personally. But they may change their tune when the sheer chaos of implementing those bad ideas causes them to miss their flight.