travel ban

The president touts his Jan. 31 decision to ban foreigners who had been in China. Critics note his failure to make sure we had enough tests and medical supplies.
Governors are "on our own" because federal officials have "fallen down" in responding to the coronavirus, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said.
The president says British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is doing a "good job," but he's been criticized for moving slowly to address the spread of COVID-19.
Why are tests still not readily available? What happens if hospitals are overrun with COVID-19 patients? The Trump administration still does not have answers.
In an Oval Office address, President Donald Trump laid out an unconvincing plan to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
Tom Bossert, a former homeland security adviser, said there was “little value” to the president's restrictions, calling them a "poor use of time and energy."
During a Saturday press conference, the president announced new travel restrictions on Iran, Italy and South Korea.
Advocates say it's no coincidence these nations were targeted, especially in light of Trump’s comments about Africans.
President Donald Trump is expanding his controversial travel ban to include six more countries.
Trump's new and expanded travel ban will impact immigrant visas from Myanmar, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Sudan and Tanzania.