It appears that Donald Trump was not exaggerating when he gave a speech about banning Muslim immigrants into America. An executive order was sanctioned on Saturday, stating that the citizens of Iran, Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Syria, and Sudan can no longer enter the USA. The list may also include Pakistan very soon.
This abrupt order from the President led to severe turmoil at various airports in different parts of the world. With one signature, thousands of passengers were immediately banned from leaving, and the ones who had already taken off suddenly found themselves stranded without a proper shelter after those airplanes were made to land.
Airbnb’s primary motive:
Just when those helpless refugees thought they had no other place of stay, the CEO of Airbnb named Brian Chesky decided to give away free shelter to refugees as well as anybody banned from entering the USA.
Further details regarding available houses are yet to come, and for an imminent need for housing, anybody can contact him.
Chesky’s response for banning immigrants was,
“Open doors brings all of US together. Closing doors further divide the US.”
Tech companies have risen against the latest legislation imposed by Donald Trump; however, companies are yet to consider taking solid measures as that of Airbnb in response to Trump’s immigration ban.