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yesterday i read news reports that the extreme vetting procedures with force these apply kapts to in places like australia to disclose not only all of the information, social media passwords even to answer questions about their belief s. i have to tell you, if they told me we would to answer questions about my believes to get into the country we would not go. and i have a hard time imagining those countries would see us as their friends. i think this has a profound impact on our standing in the world, a profound impact on the nature of our alliances around the world and profound impact on our national security. i will ask questions about that today as i indicated to you in our conversation yesterday because i think we are doing things that in no way trips up the bad guys, but changes our image forever in the eyes of the world, permanent and irreparable hair occurring. we have been asking questions and there has been times it has been very difficult to get answers. willing to do a reset but going forward i hope that together the chairman and i can work to make sure we have witnesses a
. yesterday i read reports that the extreme vetting procedures that the president has ordered could force visa applicants from places like australia and japan and the united kingdom to disclose not only all the information on their mobile knowns, social media pass words, financial records, even to answer questions about their beliefs. i've got to tell you. if my family was traveling to the united kingdom and they told me that we would have to answer questions about my beliefs to get into the country, we would not go. and i have a hard time imagining those countries would see us as their friends. i think this has a profound impact on our standing in the world, a profound impact on the nature of our alineses around the world and a profound impact on our national security. and i will ask questions about that today as i indicated to you in our conversation yesterday. because i think we are doing things that no way as a former prosecutor trips up the bad guys. the this changes our image forever in the eyes of the world. permanent and irreparable harm. we've been trying to ask questions about p
, cehe ari oal i unss srd. thwswe t hoicoum ithdu xi. wfc wcoum e mebunoinea china by the u.s. ma. it is an unending struggle. i was just at a meeting last week or early this week with the president and a number of people to get after this drug consumption in the united states. one of the first conversations i had with then candidate trump was when he brought up to me the issue of securing the border. said there was no way we could do that unless we get after drug consumption in the united states. i don't mean arresting more african-american guys. i mean no kidding, a comprehensive drug reduction program. mr. trump is taking that on and has put together a task force. from rehab to law enforcement, to try to stop the production in mexico, all of that adds up to a much more secure border, if we can stop the drug demand in the u.s. -- some statesad have, some communities have some organizations have tried, but we have never had a comprehensive campaign against it. sen. hoeven: as we increasingly secure the southern border, won't that put more pressure on the northern border and other por
reports that the extreme vetting procedures with force -- will force these applicants from places like australia and japan, the united kingdom to disclose not only all of the information on their mobile phones, social media password, financial records, even to answer questions about their beliefs. i have to tell you, if my family was traveling and they told me we would to answer questions about my beliefs to get into the country, we would not go. and i have a hard time imagining those countries would see us as their friends. i think this has a profound impact on our standing in the world, a profound impact on the nature of our alliances around the world and profound impact on our national security. i will ask questions about that today as i indicated to you in our conversation yesterday, because i think we are doing things that in no way trips up the bad guys, but changes our image forever in the eyes of the world. permanent and irreparable harm occurring. secretary kelly, we have been trying to ask questions about policies and problems, and there has been times it has been very d
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)