To support the need for a travel ban from the seven predominantly Muslim countries, the White House published a list of the 78 "major terrorist attacks targeting the West." But Peter Bergen, CNN national security analyst, noted that none of the attacks listed by the White House were conducted by four of the seven Muslim nations included in Trump's travel ban. In fact, of the 90 terrorists involved in the 78 attacks noted by the White House, 50 of them came from Christian-majority nations, including 16 from France, 13 from the United States (including 11 citizens), and seven from Belgium. Other nations where the 90 terrorists originated included Australia, Canada, Germany, Russia, Morocco, Sweden and the United Kingdom. None of these nations, however, are included on the travel list and adds more questions about why the seven nations were selected.