Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has rebuffed claims that US President Donald Trump should have his invitation for a state visit to the UK revoked.
Addressing MPs in the House of Commons on Monday, he said: "It is totally right of course that the incoming president - of our closest and most important ally - should be accorded the honour of a state visit that's supported by this Government."
He added: "The invitation has been extended by Her Majesty the Queen quite properly."
ITV News has travelled to Michigan, which has a large Muslim population, and spoke to residents about the divisive visa crackdown.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets across the UK to protest against Donald Trump's travel ban.
A few tidbits about the row over Trump's selective ban on who can enter the US, and the related furore over his planned visit to the UK.