White House considers comprehensive travel ban on Chinese Communist Party members, report


The Trump administration is considering a wider ban on travel to the US from members of the Chinese Communist Party and their family members, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.

The president’s announcement is still in its format, and President TrumpDonald John Trump Ivanka Trump on Goya Foods’ products on Twitter and said ‘I leave office with my integrity’ Former White House physician Ronnie Jackson scored more in Texas One could eventually reject it, The Times noted, citing unnamed sources.

The draft report reported by the Times may authorize the US to revoke the visas of party members and their families.

According to the Times, the order would refer to the same statute in the Trump Administration’s Immigration and Nationality Act used in 2017 as a travel ban in many Muslim countries. This law temporarily prohibits the President from traveling to the US by foreign nationals who are deemed “harmful to the interest of the country”.

A White House official was not immediately available for comment when contacted by The Hill.

The draft proposal of the report will raise practical issues, as the Chinese Communist Party has 92 million members and the US government has no knowledge of the party’s status for the millions of Chinese citizens who visit the US, the Times notes.

Trump has been a critic of China several times over trade and has helped the Chinese government deal with the coronovirus epidemic that originated in Wuhan.

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Bolton also claims that he overheard Trump acknowledging the huge crowd at demonstrations in Hong Kong in the summer of 2019, but denounced that he did not want to attend and said the president’s White House statement on the 30th anniversary The need to continue also denied the Tianmen Square massacre.

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