State Secretary Mike Pompeo, who spoke to the Fox News, forcibly rejected a lawsuit filed against the Trump administration this week by Alabama's father, who left the United States to join the Islamic state group, that it is not certain terms that she is an "unruly terrorist" who "does not return." In the federal court filing, Ahmed Ali Mutana claims that his daughter, Hoda Muthana, 24, is a native American citizen and that the White House must recognize her nationality and accept Mrs. Mutana and her son in the United States and to use all available means to do so. Pompho, however, argued that Mutana deliberately threatened the American soldiers and would not prevail in court.
"She is a non-citizen terrorist, there is no legal basis for a US citizenship claim," said Pompeau of Anchor Chris Wallace. "She will not return to the United States to create a risk of going back to the battlefield someday, and will continue to jeopardize American people, American children, American boys and girls who have been sent to help to defeat Isis ̵
24-year-old Mutana has asked officials to release her back to the United States after her last escape from Isis and capture by Kurdish forces. She was born in 1994 in Hackensack, N.J.
Muthana's father was a diplomat whom her legal representative, Hasan Shively, recognized on Wednesday. According to the US Citizenship and Immigration Service, children born in the United States of accredited foreign diplomatic officers do not acquire citizenship under the 14th Amendment as they are not born under the jurisdiction of the United States at that time.
Surely he says that Mutana's father has ceased to be a diplomat months before the birth of Hoda in New Jersey.
Wallace pressed by Wallace about the legitimacy of Mutana's claim to nationality at birth, and whether her father's diplomatic status is a question, Pompey replied: Here's what I can tell you: We have a strong legal basis for claiming that she is not a citizen she does not return. TOMMY BRUSSELS: REQUESTS "IIS MOSSES" BREAK THE SAME PERIOD Men's Terrorists
Pompeo's comments echoed his remarks in a statement Wednesday when he said Muthana had no "passport right travel visa to United Sta TES. We continue to strongly advise all US citizens not to travel to Syria. "
President Trump also announced that he had instructed Pompeo to refuse Mutana's attempt to return. Yun and Trump in Hanoi, Vietnam, which is Wednesday and Thursday. Kim was on a train Sunday to Vietnam, according to state media, and may take more than two days as the train travels through China to Vietnam.
"There is no change in US politics since I was Secretary of State and frankly before I was CIA Director, Pompey, who also had to go to Hanoi," Wallace said. "Our goals are clear , our mission is clear. President Trump also said it would take time. There may be another summit. Maybe we will not achieve this all this week.
Their first summit last year in Singapore ended without significant nuclear disarmament agreements in the North and has prompted a long stagnation in the talks, while Washington and Pyongyang have been struggling with North Korea's nuclear disarmament sequence and the abolition of the United States.
"I spent a lot of time with President Kim," Pompey said. "My time is on the ground today, I'm continuing to shape the paths forward by developing a roadmap for the road ahead between the two countries, and we are determined to do that, which is important to the security of the world." the summit "may be one day, maybe two days" or even longer. In their upcoming meeting with Trump, experts say Kim will seek a US commitment to improving bilateral relations and partially lightening sanctions, while trying to cut back any concessions on nuclear weapons and weapons. Asked if North Korea has given specific instructions that it is
"In June last year, in Singapore, President Kim unambiguously said he would nucleate his country, there were other pillars that we have made progress and some, less for "
Pompeo went on:" I was CIA director at one point, the story was difficult, we had to allow the North Koreans to test, pray to stop, and then shrink when We have built the … world coalition to let us know. Mr Kim, now that is the moment, now is the time – and I hope we will make real progress on this topic this week, the summit that "it is no longer" a nuclear threat to North Korea and repeatedly said at the rallies that "we fell in love" and "he wrote me beautiful letters." On Sunday Pompeo suggested Trump's rhetoric was strategic. "They affect everything in our lives. Whether this is a great strategy and denuclearization, or simpler things. Relationships are absolutely important. It is important for the two leaders to be able to communicate effectively. "
Travp writes that he has a" Great Relationship with President Kim, "adding that" His President in China is very helpful in my support for my meeting with Kim Jong Un. The last thing China wants is large-scale nuclear weapons in the immediate vicinity. from China and Russia were very helpful. Trump also writes that Kim realizes that denuclearization will lead to "rapid growth" of the isolated, poor nation.
United States. defense officials are not planning to cut troops in the region, but some have said they will not be surprised if Trump cuts down on the table in his talks with Kim. Other options that worry many in Seoul include that Trump will suspend or drastically cut another major group of military exercises this spring or agree to a deal where the North will abandon its long-range missile program targeting the United States , but not missiles of North Korea with a shorter range targeting Seoul and Tokyo. Venezuelan National Guard fired tear gas for residents who cleared the barricaded border bridge between Venezuela and Colombia on Saturday. Demonstrators are swallowed by a cloud of tear gas fired by officers of the Bolivarian National Guard during clashes in Urena, Venezuela, near the border with Colombia on Saturday, February 23, 2019. The National Guard Venezuela fired tear gas on residents who cleared the barricaded border bridge between Venezuela and Colombia on Saturday, intensifying the tensions surrounding blocked humanitarian aid that opposition leader Juan Guaydo would bring to the country's objections to President Nicola Maduro (AP Photo / Fernando Llano)