In this Jan. 28, 2017 photo, demonstrators sit down in the concourse and hold a sign that reads “We are America,” as more than 1,000 people gather at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to protest President Donald Trump’s order that restricts immigration to the U.S. (Genna Martin/seattlepi.com via AP, File)

In this Jan. 28, 2017 photo, demonstrators sit down in the concourse and hold a sign that reads “We are America,” as more than 1,000 people gather at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to protest President Donald Trump’s order that restricts immigration to the U.S. (Genna Martin/seattlepi.com via AP, File)

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