The original ban was supposed to start in late January and last for 90/120 days to give the administration time to figure out a better screening process, right?
It's been about 150 days since then, so they must have figured out a better screening process by now, right?
Nobody knew that screening people could be so complicated.
This must be a Narf joke. The Republicans have had 7+ years to come up with an alternative to the ACA, but seem to be pulling out of their ass, and you expect the Trump administration to solve a problem with a plan that was never really planned out in the first place.