Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly said there are “probably 13 or 14 other countries…that have questionable vetting procedures that we can rely on” that the government will probably “look at and say, ‘Okay, we want you to improve.'” during an interview on Monday’s “Situation Room” on CNN.
Kelly said, “We’re now looking at other countries, and when we come up with additional vetting to protect the nation better than it’s been protected, there will probably be other countries we will look at and say, ‘Okay, we want you to improve.’ I don’t believe the list will be expanded, but there are countries out there that we will ask…to cooperate with us better, to get us the information we need to safeguard the country.”
Kelly added, “There’s probably 13 or 14 other countries, not all of them Muslim countries, not all of them in the Middle East, that have questionable vetting procedures that we can rely on. And then if we overlay additional vetting procedures, the chances are, those countries — there will be minimum citizens from those countries that visit our country.”
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