President Trump's travel ban on citizens of seven countries continued to cause chaos and protests at airports around the country and around the world Sunday, though an administration official insisted it was a "massive success," Reuters reports. The attorneys general of 15 states denounced the Trump order as unconstitutional, and in Canada—where the US Consulate in Toronto will be closed Monday because of a planned protest—officials announced that anybody stranded in the country because of the Trump order will be granted temporary residency. In other coverage:
- Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain issued a statement Sunday warning that the ban could become a "self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism," CNN reports. Trump tweeted that the statement was "wrong." He accused the senators of being "sadly weak on immigration" and urged them to focus on the issue "instead of always looking to start World War III."