On January 27th, President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order banning refugees from Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen and Somalia from entering the United States. Trump has also authorized federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to deport immigrants who have committed, or are suspected of, even minor legal infractions. Despite court orders that have temporarily suspended the worst of the travel ban’s immediate impact, immigrant communities around the United States are nervous. Reports of ICE raids and mass deportations abound, and rumor and fact mingle daily. Wisconsin’s immigrant and refugee community is also on edge, with many wondering how long they will remain welcome. The Center for Investigative Journalism’s managing editor, Dee Hall, has been following the impact of the Trump Administration’s anti-immigrant stance on Wisconsin’s refugee population. She joins 8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing, in the studio.