House pulls bill that would withdraw before Trump travel ban in the midst of the Corona-Virus outbreak

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House leadership has pulled the legislation from the floor, which would have repealed President Trump is in front of the travel bans, in the midst of the efforts to the attention of a coronavirus-answer bill, Fox News has learned.

Democrats made the decision late Wednesday to Act to delay a vote on the No ban to help clear the way for new legislation, families affected by the virus, said Benjamin Suarato, a spokesman for bill sponsor rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif. Bill is in limbo amid GOP opposition.


The house had under its legislation debated on Wednesday the Democrats answer to Trump was the procedure that he undertakes, during the 2016 campaign, and that materializes in various travel bans for countries in the Muslim-majority regions and beyond.

Since the house has already debated and adopted a procedural rule on the bill, which can return No Ban Act, to the floor after next week’s break is said, Suarato.

The bill was drawn, according to house Republicans this week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for to stop the legislation because of the Corona Virus outbreak.

Republicans say the Act is Not a ban, which would hinder the withdrawal of the controversial travel ban of some Muslim-majority countries, the President the opportunity to curtail the spread of the virus in the United States

“Democrats couldn’t have picked up to try a worse week, said to undermine American travel restrictions,” Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on the House floor Wednesday. “President Trump is to be limited, a quick decision to travel to countries such as Iran and China, was a smart answer and it will help keep America safer.”

GOP Rep. Steve Scalise mentioned, there is a large outbreak of the virus in Iran, which is part of the travel ban.

“With the outbreak of the coronavirus, the President needs all the tools that are limit available to people from countries with a high inclination of the coronavirus, and you would not legislation want to, that would make it more difficult,” he said in a press conference.

The first iteration of the travel ban was signed into law by executive order soon after the President took office in 2017, and included Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen.

The ban was extended earlier this year include Myanmar, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Sudan and Tanzania.


Trump on Wednesday announced a separate 30-day ban on travel from Europe, where the virus is widespread.

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