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A Department of Homeland Security spokesperson on Thursday told CNN that the US government sees a number of countries on the European continent as the biggest threat concerning the coronavirus.
The Trump administration did not have those concerns about the United Kingdom, the spokesperson told CNN, and President Trump, during a press gathering Thursday afternoon, said he did not have concerns about the United Kingdom, which has “very strong borders.”
The DHS told CNN they have seen a lot of broken travel histories from individuals from some of those European countries, which makes it harder to track their movements. DHS “confident we can capture the vast majority of qualifying travelers with this order,” the spokesperson said.
On Thursday, Acting Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli pointed out that Europe presents a “unique problem,” because the Schengen Zone – which allows for free movement throughout …continued .
[Original Source: CNN]