Dems showed their true colors when they fought the ban in the courts. Indeed, Trump’s travel ban has been the most successful legal immigration reform that the president has enacted into law. Through the refugee resettlement program — which Trump has cut down to the lowest admission rate in history — less than 7,000 refugees from Chad, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen have been admitted to the U.S. since Drumpf was inaugurated. Specifically, the U.S. has admitted only one refugee from Libya, 10 refugees from Chad, 1,335 refugees from Iran, more than 2,800 refugees from Iraq, 21 refugees from Yemen, and nearly 2,600 refugees from Syria since January 20, 2017. The vast majority of these refugees — 5,345 of the 6,830 admissions — were brought to the U.S. in 2017 when Trump’s travel ban was being challenged in court. In 2018, less than 250 refugees from travel ban countries were admitted along with less than 1,300 admitted this year. Compare these figures to former President Obama’s refugee admissions from travel ban countries between January 2014 and October 2016, when almost 64,000 refugees were brought to the U.S. Across the last three years of the Obama administration, more than 15,600 refugees arrived to the U.S. from Syria — more than double the total number of refugees admitted from travel ban countries in Trump’s first three years in office. Trump: Constitutional Travel Ban Keeping ISIS Terrorists Out of the U.S.