USA: White House considers NYC truck attacker an 'enemy combatant' — Sarah Sanders

SOT, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary (English): «As we've outlined multiple times before, those were determinations made by several factors. In large part, Congress helped play a role in determining a lot of those factors, in placing specific priorities on different countries. And that would be the reason that they weren't a part of that.» SOT, Journalist (English): «Why isn... Еще't the President calling for Uzbekistan to be put on the list?» SOT, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary (English): «Look, that may be something that's looked at but that isn't something that we have called for at this time, but certainly haven't ruled it out.» SOT, Journalist (English): «Why? I'm just curious — why? Since he's clearly looking for ways to -» SOT, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary (English): «Again, there are a lot of different criteria that we use to determine which country should be on there, and they haven't been determined as one of the countries yet, but I'm saying that hasn't been ruled out either.» SOT, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary (English): «Look, the point he was making is that he supports, or would support that. But he wasn't necessarily advocating for it, but he certainly would support it if he felt like that was the best move.» SOT, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary (English): «I believe we would consider this person to be an enemy combatant, yes.» SOT, Journalist (English): «Would the President therefore instruct the Justice Department not to charge him in federal court, and to therefore use the powers of enemy combatant and that status to treat him differently not only in terms of interrogation, but prosecution?» SOT, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary (English): «I don't believe that determination has been made. I think that's something we'll wait until we get a little further into the process.» White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders revealed that US President Donald Trump's administration would consider the New York truck attacker an «enemy combatant», during a press briefing in Washington DC on Wednesday. «I believe we would consider this person to be an enemy combatant, yes,» said Sanders. However she went on to state that the White House is yet to make a final decision on the issue. Sanders also noted that the Trump administration would not rule out adding Uzbekistan to its travel ban list. 29-year-old Uzbek immigrant and truck-terror attack suspect Sayfullo Saipov has been arrested and charged after eight pedestrians were killed when a truck mowed into pedestrians in Manhattan on Tuesday.

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