Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi has said Trump's travel ban made him feel "discriminated against and demeaned" for the "first time in his life".
Nadhim Zahawi, who was born Baghdad in Iraq, has been advised by lawyers that he will be barred from the United States under the border clampdown on travellers from seven Muslim nations and all refugees.
The MP for Stratford Upon Avon said the order would affect him and his wife as they were both born in Iraq.
The couple have two twin sons studying at Princeton University in the US and they do travel to America regularly.
He told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show: "I don't think I have felt discriminated since little school when the kids were very cruel, as a young boy coming from Iraq of Kurdish origin.
"For the first time in my life last night I felt discriminated against, it's demeaning, it's sad."
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