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Snarky tweets feature sweet pictures of grandparents to mock Trump's travel ban

The Trump administration's travel ban from earlier this year just won't go away. Now it's affecting grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and other family members that don't make the cut as "bona fide" relations — at least, as the State Department sees it. SEE ALSO: Hilarious photo series shows the alarmingly normal lives of immigrants After winding its way through the Supreme Court, the watered-down temporary ban went into effect Thursday evening.
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