A cloud of uncertainty still hangs over the new White House in the United States(US) with unanswered questions regarding the depth of any connections to Russia and any associated effects such relations could have upon the sovereignty of the Republic.
Yesterday's new roll out of another travel ban from the Donald Trump administration, along with a Republican party congressional adjustment to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), do not suffice deviation from the severity and any potential threat to the sovereignty to the US posed by any tainted connections to Vladimir Putin's Russia.
Therefore, a new travel ban from Trump that targets six of the original seven countries covered under the original Trump act, which was deemed flawed, by a high court, should also not detract from the Russian connection investigation. Moreover, attempts by Congressional Republicans to adjust the ACA should not be allowed to overshadow the Russian connection.
Russia's role in the 2016 US Presidential Election and its contact with members of the new White House should be settled forthwith rather than to risk irrevocable damage to the Republic from Russian exposure and influence.