And, Bruce Springsteen is the latest star to hit out at the US president for his executive order, as he slammed the ban during a concert in Australia.
The musician introduced his single American Land, which he called "an immigrants' song", with a cry for equality.
He told the crowd: "Tonight, we want to add our voices to the thousands of Americans who are protesting at airports around our country the Muslim ban and the detention of foreign nationals and refugees.
"America is a nation of immigrants, and we find this anti-democratic and fundamentally un-American."
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Bruce said that the travel ban was anti-democratic and un-American
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America is a nation of immigrants, and we find this anti-democratic and fundamentally un-American
Bruce's speech comes after many stars spoke out against Donald Trump's travel ban at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
Dev Patel, who was nominated for his role as Saroo in Lion, said he was "utterly devastated" when he heard the news.
He told People: "I just flew in from India a day ago. When I heard the news it was utterly devastating.
Dev Patel said that the travel ban was utterly devastating
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The UK Reacts To Trump's 'Muslim' Travel Ban
Mon, January 30, 2017
President Trump signed an executive order banning immigration to the USA from seven 'muslim' countries. This led to protests across America and, now, the UK.
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People demonstrate during a protest at Downing Street in central London against US President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on refugees and people from seven mainly-Muslim countries
Stranger Things star David Harbour also slammed the ban
"The first thing that came into my head was the children who arrive on these shores with hope in their eyes and their hearts.
"It's horrible. It's divisive. I hope something changes and something can be done because it really is terrible."
Stranger Things star David Harbour also delivered a powerful politically-charged acceptance speech, in which he told the crowd: "We will repel bullies, we will shelter freaks and outcasts and those who have no home."