The deputy head of the the Democratic National Committee on Monday decried the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a portion of President Trump's travel ban because he believes it unfairly singles out Muslim-majority countries.
"There's no doubt that these countries were picked because they're Muslim-majority countries," Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., told MSNBC. "And it is interesting when Trump goes to places like Saudi Arabia, he seems to not want to ban everybody. If they have a hotel, or if they're rich or something, he seems to be OK with those Muslims."
Ellison, who is the first Muslim ever elected to the House of Representatives, argued Trump's past actions prove he harbors a hostility toward Muslims.