At 8:30 am on January 29, 2017 when I put “travel ban” into the Google search box the following 3 headers are at the top of page 1 search results. Two are from Canada and the top item is from The Guardian of Britain.
Donald Trump defends Muslim-countries travel ban amid protests: ‘our country needs strong borders’ – liveThe Guardian · 4 mins ago
Temporary block of deportations won’t affect Trump’s overall travel ban, Homeland Security saysCBC.ca · 55 mins ago
Trump’s travel ban on citizens from Muslim-majority countries causes anger, chaos in U.S. and abroadThe Globe and Mail · 7 hours ago
From Canada it appears that media complaints about President Trump have been coming from Great Britain, Australia and Canada often at least as many as from U.S.media and sometimes more as it seems today. Canada seems especially concerned about actions against Mexico, and the ban on people traveling from Mid East countries to the U.S.A..
The problem that faces the travel ban is that when the travelers banned are refugees they may have resulted from the destruction of Iraq and Libya and the bombing of Syria.
The other difficulty arises from the existence throughout North America of the Mid Eastern people who have long become part of the fabric of our societies, certainly in Ontario Canada, who may sympathize with relatives and others subject to the ban with whom they share a common background.
Maybe the greater problem is that no online expert, scientist, politician or journalist can write anything objective about the ban. Everything I’ve seen seems an expression of self interest and hatred of President Trump.