Ted Cruz Sends Letter to FAA Demanding Answers to These Five Questions About Precautions Taken to Prevent Ebola From Entering U.S.

Oliver Darcy
The Blaze

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) sent a letter Thursday to the Federal Aviation Administration demanding answers to five questions about how the U.S. is working to prevent additional Ebola cases from entering the U.S…

…In a statement, the Texas senator additionally accused President Barack Obama of having an “unclear approach” to combatting the virus.

“Due to the Obama Administration’s unclear approach to addressing the threat of the Ebola virus, Americans – particularly the Texans who have possibly been exposed – deserve specific answers to how the administration is addressing travel to and from the countries impacted by the disease,” Cruz said.

In his letter he added that “it is imperative that the FAA take every available precaution in preventing additional cases from arriving in the United States.”



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