The Hill’s Dina Temple-Raston takes a stand against Trump’s immigration ban

Dina, the author of The New Yorker’s book about the Iran nuclear deal, says she’s taken a stand.

The author, a lifelong liberal, says the president’s executive order banning immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries was a violation of the United States Constitution.

It was not my intention to undermine or violate those rights. “

The U.S. Constitution and its amendments provide the bedrock of our democracy.

It was not my intention to undermine or violate those rights.

I am outraged by President Trump’s executive orders, and I intend to fight to preserve them.”

Dina, a former New Yorker reporter, said she had been invited to speak by President Donald Trump at the White House on Saturday to explain the executive order.

I did not have any specific agenda, but I felt that it was my duty to explain it in an open and honest way, Dina said.

I believe the President should respect the rights of all people, regardless of their faith, ethnicity, or nationality.

But I cannot and will not allow him to discriminate against anyone.

The order was a mistake.

It violates the core tenets of our Constitution.

The Constitution is not a license to discriminate.

The order is discriminatory and dangerous.

We should stand together to ensure that this does not happen again.

I think our country can be and will be stronger together, Dinala said.

I will continue to be an advocate for our rights.

Dina and the author will be at the State of the Union address Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.