Kathleen Rice Questions DHS Secretary about Trump Travel Moratorium

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly tells New York Representative Kathleen Rice at a hearing on border security that reports that he had not seen a travel moratorium issued by the Trump administration in advance were wrong, but that in retrospect there should have been more discussions with members of Congress in both sides of the aisle on rolling it out, which he says would happen in the future at least engaging congressional leadership. Rice clarifies the term temporary pause versus the interpretation of an outright ban on account of a vigorous vetting process, saying he was left with nothing other than an order needing interpretation being void of any suggestions. Kelly says lots of comments are made during campaigns versus governing, that he expected to achieve things in a job he had never had which may not have had, interrupted by Rice to ask about an assertion of president trump that the very, very dishonest media under reports terrorist attacks. Kelly says the responsible press does the best they can to get the facts straight but will go with the story on the best information they have.

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Kathleen Rice Questions DHS Secretary about Trump Travel Moratorium

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly tells New York Representative Kathleen Rice at a hearing on border security that reports that he had not seen a travel moratorium issued by the Trump administration in advance were wrong, but that in retrospect there should have been more discussions with members of Congress in both sides of the aisle on rolling it out, which he says would happen in the future at least engaging congressional leadership. Rice clarifies the term temporary pause versus the interpretation of an outright ban on account of a vigorous vetting process, saying he was left with nothing other than an order needing interpretation being void of any suggestions. Kelly says lots of comments are made during campaigns versus governing, that he expected to achieve things in a job he had never had which may not have had, interrupted by Rice to ask about an assertion of president trump that the very, very dishonest media under reports terrorist attacks. Kelly says the responsible press does the best they can to get the facts straight but will go with the story on the best information they have.

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Restrições: Não pode ser utilizado como material de campanhas políticas partidárias, com a finalidade de promover ou opor-se à candidatura de qualquer pessoa a um cargo público sujeito a sufrágio, e não pode ser utilizado para distorcer os objetos e finalidades da audiência, desacreditar ou desonrar qualquer membro da Câmara de Representantes ou do Senado dos EUA, assim como prejudicar a reputação da Câmara, do Senado ou de quaisquer dos seus membros.Editorial Use only. May not be used as partisan political campaign material to promote or oppose the candidacy of any person for elective public office, and may not be used to distort the objects and purposes of the hearing or cast discredit or dishonor any member of the House or bring the House or any Member into disrepute.

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Crédito: FedNet
Clip nº: 641232670HD
Coleção: FedNet
Data da criação: 07 de fevereiro de 2017
Tipo de licença: Rights-ready
Inf. sobre autorização: Não tem autorização. Mais informações
Duração do clip: 00:04:29:03
Masterizado para: QuickTime 8-bit H.264 HD 1280x720 30p Mais informações
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Fonte: FedNet
Nome do objeto: hho020717e.mov

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