UN agencies issued a joint statement calling on Washington to continue letting refugees into the US after Donald Trump signed an executive order banning entry to Syrian refugees and suspending visas for visitors from six other Muslim-majority nations.“The needs of refugees and migrants worldwide have never been greater, and the US resettlement program is one of the most important in the world,” said Saturday’s joint statement from the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The agencies added that the program was “a win-win situation,” which saved the lives of refugees, who then “enriched and strengthened their new societies” with “overwhelmingly positive” contributions. Both organizations “hope that the US will continue its strong leadership role and long tradition of protecting those who are fleeing conflict and persecution.” If the UN is telling President Trump to end his new refugee policy, well America President Trump has done something right. The United Nations telling President Trump to end his refugee policy one day after his executive order to ban Syrian refugees from entering America, likely just made President Trump's decision to end UN presence in America that much easier. The United Nations is facing an exit from the UN by multiple US politicians and even President Trump, so to tell President Trump to end his refugee policy...Probably isn't the smartest move the United Nations can make right now. Sounds like the United Nations thought President Trump wasn't serious about his credo during his campaign about Americanism Not Globalism will be our new credo. Sorry United Nations but it's America First for once, because the United Nations no longer controls American policy under President Trump.