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primarily in two ways. through the mexican border and by mail with china, so we need to work with the dea and the postal inspection service and i think also with authorities we need to get help in china and mexico to deal with them. it is at the top of my agenda as i've been in the job only six week but i've already talked with a number of folks including the administrator and we are going to find a way to combat that threat. >> it also affects first responders who got the cleanup seem, everything was clean but then at some point something came off his glove and he had to be revised with just a miniscule exposure to something dangerous. you are alsthere are also i am e of the background check fbi facilities located in virginia, and it is processing millions of background checks. i am concerned in the budget it was implemented for the fees collected that they previously used to update. we know how important the it infrastructure is to get it right in this important issue. what can you say about that with your department, and do you feel, what would they have over that? >> i'm not sure that
is coming in and believed to be coming in u.s. through the u.s. mail from china. what is your department doing on that particular aspect? mr. rosenstein: you're correct, senator. there are really two challenges with regard to fentanyl which is many people are not aware of fentanyl. they will become increasingly aware of it over the coming year because it's an emerging threat. it can be small quantity its of fentanyl can be very dangerous and can be sent in the mail. we are aware that fentanyl is coming in the united states primarily in two ways. it's coming in through the mexican border and it's coming in by mail from china. senator capito: right. mr. rosenstein: we are going to need to work with d.e.a. and with the postal inspection service to find a way to cut down on that. i think with foreign authorities. we are going to need help from authorities in china and mexico to deal with that challenge as well. so that is at the top of my agenda. i have been in this job only six weeks but i have already talked with a number of folks including chuck rosenburg, the administrator of
. from china what is your department doing on that particular aspect? >> you're correct, senator, there are two challenges with regard to fentanyl, which many people aren't aware of fentanyl, they're going to become increasingly aware of it over the coming year. because it's an emerging threat. small quantities of fentanyl can be very dangerous. they can be sent in the mail and we're aware it's coming into the united states in two ways, coming in through the mexican border and it's coming in by mail. from china. and so we're going to need to work with dea and the postal inspection service, to try to find a way to cut down on that and foreign authorities, we going to need help from authorities in china and mexico. to deal with the challenge as well. that is at the top of my agenda. i've been in this job only six weeks, but i've talked with a number of folks including chuck rosenberg, the administrator of dea and we're going to find a way to combat that threat. >> it's a killer, but it also affects our first responders, i read a story of first responder, i believe they were in ohio
from china. what is your department doing on that particular aspect? >> you're correct, senator. there are really two challenges with regard to fentanyl, many people are not aware of it. many will become aware of it. it is a e moerching threat. it can be small quantities of fentanyl dangerous and sent in the mail and aware it's coming in the united states, primarily two ways. it is coming in through the mexican border and it's coming in by mail from china. >> right. >> and so, you know, we are going to need to work with dea and postal inspection service trying to find a way to cut down on that and i think also with florida authorities. we need help from authorities in china and mexico to deal with that challenge, as well. that is at the top of my agenda. as you know, i've been in the job only six weeks and already talked with a number of folks including chuck rosenberg and we are going to find a way to combat that threat. >> well, as you know, it's a killer but it also affects our first responders. i read a story of a first responder i believe they were in ohio who had been at t
the u.s. mail from china, what is your department doing on that particular aspect. >> you are correct. challenges in regard to fentanyl. many people are not aware of it but are going to be coming aware of it. it is very dangerous. we are aware that it is coming into the united states two ways. through the mexican border and by mail from china. >> right. >> and so we are going to need to work with dea and the postal inspection service and try to cut down on that. and from foreign authorities. we are going to need help from foreign authorities from china and mexico. i have been in this job for six weeks but already have talked to a number of folks and we are going to find a way to combat that threat. >> as you know, it is a killer but also affects our first responders. i read a story of a first respond cho responder who was at the clean of the scene and something came off his glove and -- the background check fbi facility is proudly located in west virginia and it is processing millions of background checks. i am concerned that in this year's budget a rescission was implemented
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