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Here’s House intelligence committee chairmen Adam Schiff:
SCHIFF: “I find it inexplicable in light of these public allegations that POTUS hasn’t come before the country & assured people that he’ll get to the bottom of whether Russians are putting bounties on the heads of troops, & he’ll do everything in his power to protect US troops.” pic.twitter.com/r8nsDtEpri
Hoyer says he told Meadows he would have preferred to have gotten the briefing from IC folks, rather than White House officials.
Most travelers from the United States will be barred from entering the European Union after it reopens its borders tomorrow, because the coronavirus is still far too prevalent in the US, European officials announced Tuesday, NBC reports.
The EU’s 27 members have been drawing up a list of countries whose virus levels are deemed low enough to allow people from those places to travel into the bloc, which has been mostly sealed off since March.
That list of safe countries was officially unveiled by European officials on Tuesday. The US — which has the most coronavirus cases and deaths in the world — was not on it.