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Angelina Jolie warns Trump’s travel ban is ‘playing with fire’

Angelina Jolie warns Trump’s travel ban is ‘playing with fire’

Angelina Jolie back to spotlight with the critics of the new President’s executive order. The 90-day ban, introduced last Friday, caused a great resonance inside the US and across the world. The actress and activist Jolie in an editorial for the New York Times insists that political decision shouldn’t be based on fears like this ban.

Angelina Jolie raises her voice as a UN special envoy, saying that the 90-day ban, issued by Trump administration on Friday, is a controversial document. Being signed this order, Donald Trump is ‘playing with fire,’ said Jolie. Angie is known as an activist who all the time visiting the refugee camps all over the world.

According to the ex-wife of Brad Pitt, this presidential move harms refugees and threatens to fuel extremism. many Hollywood start supported Jolie in her opinion too. The actress explained her angry with the new decree of Trump:

“Every time we depart from our values we worsen the very problem we are trying to contain. We must never allow our values to become the collateral damage of a search for greater security. Shutting our door to refugees or discriminating among them is not our way, and does not make us safer.”

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Angelina Jolie and her reaction to Trump’s ban

Angelina Jolie has a strong desire to become a politician, her old friend Lady Arminka Helic is a British Bosnian-born Baroness who offered to help Jolie to reach the top of the political Olymp. The actress liked this idea so much that started to climb diplomatic (post of the UN envoy) and political (critics of the government in an editorial for the New York Times) ladder.

The Trump’s ban caused a reaction, the Hollywood and Angelina Jolie has criticised the decision to stop refugees entering the US, arguing it will not make the country safer. Jolie believes that this ban is just fuelling extremism abroad and creating ‘more instability, hatred and violence.’ The actress added:

“Refugees are men, women and children caught in the fury of war, or the cross hairs of persecution. Far from being terrorists, they are often the victims of terrorism themselves.”

Angelina noted in her article that government of any country has the only one aim: keep a balance the needs of its citizens with its international responsibilities. And every decision should ‘be based on facts, not fear.’

This unexpected appearance of the star surprised her fans who concluded she tries to overshadow her ex-husband. Brad gained more popularity because of their divorce than Angie. Probably, she is going to take a certain advantage too.