Madeleine Albright tweets response to rumors of President Trump's Muslim ban


Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright tweeted what appears to be a response to Trump's proposed Muslim ban on Wednesday, with a blunt message of "solidarity."

Noting her diverse religious background, the former United Nations ambassador said she "stands ready" to register as Muslim.

Since Trump's Jan. 20 inauguration, the 45th president has signed multiple executive orders and presidential memorandums relative to a slew of campaign promises including funding for the U.S.-Mexico border wall, the "global gag rule," withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and an enforcing of laws relative to border patrol and the Department of Homeland Security.

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Of concern to some civil rights group, though, is a proposed executive order to restrict immigration from terror-prone countries -- something Muslim Advocates executive director Farhana Khera says could be "a step towards the complete Muslim ban that he promised during his campaign."

Albright was on the campaign stump for Trump's Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton throughout the 2016 election, and posted this #StrongerTogether after the President's win.

Albright -- who was nominated as secretary of state in 1996 by President Bill Clinton -- was the first woman to hold the Cabinet position. Since stepping out of public office, she has remained a prominent voice on democracy and global relations.

The Prague, Czechoslovakia native currently serves as chair of Albright Stonebridge Group. She is also a professor of International Relations at Georgetown University.

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