House Democrats unveiled legislation on Wednesday that would prevent Donald Trump from implementing his proposed ban on Muslims entering the U.S. if elected president.

Rep. Don Beyer’s (D-Va.) bill, introduced a week after Trump became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, prohibits denying admission to immigrants, refugees and tourists based on religion or lack of religious beliefs.

“Quite simply, a religious-based immigration travel ban would betray the promise of freedom that gave birth to our country and would hurt our national interest,” Beyer said at a Capitol Hill press conference.

Lawmakers made clear that the legislation was aimed squarely at Trump.

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