DHS Secretary Kelly Statement at Border Security Hearing

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies before the House Homeland Security Committee ostensibly to discuss border security practices and plans of the Trump administration. Kelly addresses an executive action of the Trump administration placing a temporary moratorium on certain travelers inbound to the United States, committing to vigorously defending the country and following the laws while facilitating trade and travel, balanced with security, privacy and civil rights. Kelly calls judicial review on a travel moratorium issued by the Trump administration appropriate, saying he believes the administration will prevail in litigation, that Americans must feel safe walking down the street, in a mall or in a nightclub, concluding it is the responsibility of the department to carry out measures at ensure the safety of American lives, his foremost concern.

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Restrictions: May not be used as partisan political campaign material to promote or oppose the candidacy of any person for elective public office, and may not be used to distort the objects and purposes of the hearing, or cast discredit on or dishonor any member of the U.S. House of Representatives or U.S. Senate, or bring the House or Senate or any Member into disrepute.Editorial Use only. May not be used as partisan political campaign material to promote or oppose the candidacy of any person for elective public office, and may not be used to distort the objects and purposes of the hearing or cast discredit or dishonor any member of the House or bring the House or any Member into disrepute.

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Date created: February 07, 2017
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DHS Secretary Kelly Statement at Border Security Hearing

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies before the House Homeland Security Committee ostensibly to discuss border security practices and plans of the Trump administration. Kelly addresses an executive action of the Trump administration placing a temporary moratorium on certain travelers inbound to the United States, committing to vigorously defending the country and following the laws while facilitating trade and travel, balanced with security, privacy and civil rights. Kelly calls judicial review on a travel moratorium issued by the Trump administration appropriate, saying he believes the administration will prevail in litigation, that Americans must feel safe walking down the street, in a mall or in a nightclub, concluding it is the responsibility of the department to carry out measures at ensure the safety of American lives, his foremost concern.

Restrictions

Restrictions: May not be used as partisan political campaign material to promote or oppose the candidacy of any person for elective public office, and may not be used to distort the objects and purposes of the hearing, or cast discredit on or dishonor any member of the U.S. House of Representatives or U.S. Senate, or bring the House or Senate or any Member into disrepute.Editorial Use only. May not be used as partisan political campaign material to promote or oppose the candidacy of any person for elective public office, and may not be used to distort the objects and purposes of the hearing or cast discredit or dishonor any member of the House or bring the House or any Member into disrepute.

Details

Credit: FedNet
Clip #: 641227620HD
Collection: FedNet
Date created: February 07, 2017
License type: Rights-ready
Release info: Not released. More information
Clip length: 00:03:34:29
Mastered to: QuickTime 8-bit H.264 HD 1280x720 30p More information
Show more details
Source: FedNet
Object name: hho020717b.mov

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