Seven people US would've missed with Trump's Muslim ban
So we here at The New Arab wanted to remind the leader of probably one of the most powerful countries in the world of some of the faces we may not have seen had the travel ban always been in place:
Steve Jobs - The biological son of a Syrian immigrant, Jobs founded Apple, becoming a celebrated businessman, inventor and designer.
|Steve Jobs is the son of a Syrian immigrant [Getty]|
Pierre Morad Omidyar - a French-born Iranian-American entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the founder and former CEO of eBay and famously became a billionaire aged 31.
Salar Kamangar - an Iranian-American is a senior executive at Google and former CEO YouTube brand.
Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid - a Somali fashion model, actress and philanthropist.
|Iman is renowned fashion model [Getty]|
Hamid Akhavan-Malayeri - an Iranian-American, is a business executive, former CEO of Siemens and is currently a partner at a New York based Private Equity firm.
Mo Farah - British-Somali double-double Olympic gold champion whose family is based in the US. He slammed Trump's immigration ban, calling it a policy of "ignorance and prejudice".
Mo Farah was vocal against Trump’s immigration ban [Getty]