5-year old boy detained at Washington Dulles International Airport

A federal judge in Virginia issued a temporary restraining order Saturday barring the Department of Homeland Security from removing 50-60 individuals who are legal permanent residents.

The Associated Press reports that as of Saturday night, foreign-born USA residents who could have been barred from re-entering the United States under Trump's immigration order have been allowed back into the country.

"It was a very frustrating and complex night", he said, "because federal officials were unable and unwilling to provide any information".

At Dulles, a crowd chanting, "No hate".

Carney also released a statement saying in part "We should help refugees escape war-ravaged corners of the world not turn them away". Trump's executive order blocks citizens from "countries of concern", namely Syria, Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, and Libya from entering the U.S. for 90 days.

Trump's executive order, signed Friday, temporarily bans travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. He said, "That is wrong". NBC Philadelphia reported two Syrian families detained at Philadelphia Airport were sent home on a return flight. Cory Booker of New Jersey-allowed to speak with those detained or even meet with CBP officials.

Comstock's Deputy Chief of Staff Jeff Marschner said that their office has been in contact with the All Dulles Area Muslim Society - one of the largest Muslim center's in the region - ready to "assist any constituent or family member who is being detained at Dulles Airport".

Senator Hollen expressed his outrage at the event in a Facebook post, which read, "It is outrageous that a 5 year old boy - an American citizen and Maryland resident - was detained for more than 4 hours this evening at Dulles airport".