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The family says that Trump travel bid prevents mother from seeing dying son

The family of a 2-year-old boy on life support says that President Trump Donald John TrumpBiden, Sanders leadership in the Iowa poll Memo: Cohen fans are flaming around Trump Memo Comey used to briefly Trump on dossier released: report MORE his travel ban prevents his Yemeni mother from traveling to the United States to see him a last time, according to The San Francisco Chronicle. The newspaper reported that Abdullah Hassan, born in Yemen and having a form of hypomyelination, can no longer breathe on his own. His father, a US citizen living in Stockton, California, took him to a hospital about five months ago, where he has stayed since. The family is clearly prepared to take Abdullah of life support. But they told the crown that the US government department has ignored their attempts to give his mother, Shaima Swileh, an exception to see him. "Everything she wants is to hold her hand for the last time," Abdullah's father Ali Hassan told the crown. "If I could take him by the fan and to the plane, I would take him to her. I'd let her see him." But he will not do it. " The government department told the crown that it did not explain details about specific cases . The department did not respond immediately to a request for comment from The Hill. Abdullah has a rare brain disease that initially influenced his ability to go and talk and now obstruct his ability to breathe, according to the…

The family of a 2-year-old boy on life support says that President Trump Donald John TrumpBiden, Sanders leadership in the Iowa poll Memo: Cohen fans are flaming around Trump Memo Comey used to briefly Trump on dossier released: report MORE his travel ban prevents his Yemeni mother from traveling to the United States to see him a last time, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.

The newspaper reported that Abdullah Hassan, born in Yemen and having a form of hypomyelination, can no longer breathe on his own. His father, a US citizen living in Stockton, California, took him to a hospital about five months ago, where he has stayed since.

The family is clearly prepared to take Abdullah of life support. But they told the crown that the US government department has ignored their attempts to give his mother, Shaima Swileh, an exception to see him.

“Everything she wants is to hold her hand for the last time,” Abdullah’s father Ali Hassan told the crown. “If I could take him by the fan and to the plane, I would take him to her. I’d let her see him.” But he will not do it. “

The government department told the crown that it did not explain details about specific cases . The department did not respond immediately to a request for comment from The Hill.

Abdullah has a rare brain disease that initially influenced his ability to go and talk and now obstruct his ability to breathe, according to the newspaper.

Chronicle notes that his father Ali Hassan was born in Yemen and moved to Stockton, California about 10 years ago. He met his wife in Yemen, where Abdullah was born.

Ali Hassan told the chronicle that the family’s plan was always to move Abdullah to the United States. But when his condition deteriorated, the urge increased to move him to America.

It led Swileh to take Abdullah to Cairo in 2017, where Ali Hassan could quickly get American citizenship and a passport for the child. But Swileh’s visa application took a lot longer. She eventually received a letter from the US embassy who said that her visa application was denied “according to presidential presidency 9645” according to the chronicle.

Ali took his son to the United States without Swileh in August. Swileh is currently living in the US Embassy in Cairo, reported the newspaper.

Trump introduced a travel ban shortly after taking office in January 2017. It encountered several court challenges but was held by the Supreme Court in a 5-4 judgment in June. Political borders travel into the United States by people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen.

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