When President Donald Trump signed a $1.1 trillion budget on Friday, he declared a war on the “international drugs cartel.”
The president’s actions were aimed at cracking down on drug trafficking organizations that were allegedly “getting away with murder.”
The administration has already imposed sanctions on the top five drug trafficking groups for exporting drugs in the United States.
It’s not clear how the Trump administration will implement those sanctions.
The Trump administration has also issued guidance on how to handle cases of Zika virus infection in the U., but many experts say the guidelines will not fully address the many questions surrounding how the virus will spread in the continental U.K. The guidance was issued by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, who took over from Dr. Tom Frieden at HHS.
Here are some of the key questions the Trump White House has not answered: Will the president use the emergency powers of the president to temporarily suspend travel to the United Kingdom, and possibly other countries?
How will the president treat those who are sick and in need of medical attention, including those who may have traveled to the U.?
What does the U, as a nation, do to ensure that the public health risks associated with the virus are taken seriously, and how will the U handle those who have traveled outside the country?
How does the Trump Administration plan to protect U.s. citizens and the public from potential travel to or from affected countries?
Will the U take measures to stop U. countries from providing financial aid to those who travel to those countries?
Does the U have a plan to identify and quarantine those at risk of infection, and what steps will be taken to implement this plan?
Will there be additional restrictions on travel or commerce to the affected countries, and will there be a requirement to be vaccinated before being allowed to enter the country or return to the country for a period of time?
Will states be required to require the administration to use the Emergency Powers Act to suspend travel for residents of affected countries if they believe they have a known or suspected case of Zika, or if there is an outbreak in the affected country?
Will U. states be prohibited from enacting emergency measures against travelers from the affected nations who are in a state of emergency?
How many states have implemented emergency measures?
How much money will the administration spend to implement the plan?
How long will the travel restrictions last?
How did the Trump Justice Department react to the Zika virus outbreak in Texas?
The Justice Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The administration’s response to the crisis in Texas is being closely watched by other countries that have experienced similar outbreaks.
While the Trump government has not yet outlined how the new guidelines will apply to the continental United Kingdom or other affected countries and the United Nations, there are some areas that it has indicated that it may have a limited role in.
For example, the Trump State Department has said it would be prepared to help local health authorities in the UK develop a list of potential Zika cases.
The Department of Health and a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security also said they were monitoring the situation.
Will the Trump administrations budget address the emergency measures the White House issued on Friday?
Will it include funding to combat the spread of the virus and the threats it poses to the health of the American people?
How do the Trump policies impact the health care system?
Is the health-care system more or less able to cope with the epidemic?
How well will health-Care spending be funded?
How far will health care costs go as a share of the economy?
Will new health-Related programs be offered to help the American public?
How would the government spend the money that is allocated to the states?
How could the federal government pay for the costs of providing health care to people who live outside of the affected areas?
Is there an appropriation process for these new health benefits?
Is it feasible to build a national network of health-related care providers to deliver services to the public?
Is funding for these health- Related programs still available?
Will we see any new health services that can be offered on a national basis?
Will health care providers be able to use Medicaid to cover costs of care to those in the impacted areas?
Will providers be eligible to participate in Medicaid?
What new services are available to help people in the US stay healthy?
How can we encourage people in other countries to travel to America?
What changes will be made to U. s borders to help prevent the spread?
How might health- related issues be addressed through the United State’s international cooperation?
Will Trump have a say in how health care is provided?
Will he or she have a role in health care decisions at the federal level?
Will Congress, through legislation, have any say in U. S. policy toward the Zika crisis?
Will any health- care legislation be passed?
How likely is it that any of these new initiatives will pass in the near future?
Will these new policies make a difference?