KIMBERLEY STRASSEL, WALL STREET JOURNAL: Well, I mean, the green card thing is actually pretty straight-forward. The point I think he was trying to make is that if you have a green card you're not going to be kept out of the country. But you will be subjected to further questioning when you come.
CHUCK TODD, MEET THE PRESS: And that's the issue of whether that's constitutional. And that may not be constitutional and that could be where this order gets stayed.
KIMBERLEY STRASSEL: Well, look, this is also not unprecedented, by the way. I mean, Barack Obama put a pause for six months on refugees coming from Iraq back in 2011. I don't remember protestors and I don't remember lawsuits. So I think the bigger question if this is a temporary pause, which is designed for us to improve and look at our vetting processes, and indeed temporary, I don't necessarily think that's an outrageous idea. But the bigger question should be implementation. Did you get it right from the start?