WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration is considering imposing entry restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border to control the spread of the coronavirus in the United States, according to two U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials.
Mexicos government said on Friday it had detected three cases of coronavirus infection in three men who had all recently traveled to Italy, making the country the second in Latin America to register the fast-spreading virus.
The concern over containing the virus at the southern U.S. border comes as the Trump administration also weighs possible restrictions on the entry of travelers from South Korea, Italy and Japan.
The White House on Friday ordered the DHS to draft a range of options to respond to outbreaks in those countries, according to one of the officials and a third DHS official, all of whom requested anonymity to discuss the deliberations.
Read more: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-health-usa-mexico-exclusive/exclusive-u-s-weighs-restrictions-at-border-with-mexico-over-coronavirus-threat-idUSKBN20N0WP
He said NBC is worse than CNN, and that he made lots of money for NBC with The Apprentice.
He re-upped the attack again soon after, saying it was "pretty pathetic" that the NBC reporter had slipped out of the room.
(I don't know why she left. But reporters had been standing for nearly 90 minutes, either outside the room or in it.)
Alicia Hobsons 11-year-old daughter, Azlyn, was counting down the days until the Valentines Day dance at her Utah middle school.
She was so excited she could barely sleep, Hobson told TODAY Parents, noting that the sixth grader picked out her outfit a week ahead of time.
"It was supposed to be the best day ever," Hobson, 37, said.
But it wasn't.
That afternoon, when Azlyn got home, she had an "emotional explosion" in the kitchen, while recounting how a boy who makes her uncomfortable had asked her to dance.
She politely said, No thank you, Hobson revealed. The problem? At Rich Middle School in Laketown, Utah, it's against the rules to say "no," and principal Kip Motta allegedly intervened when he heard Azlyn decline the invitation at the dance.
He said something like, No, no. You kids go out and dance, Hobson revealed. He basically shooed Azlyn and the boy off onto the dance floor.
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