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What does reviewed mean? Basically, what we have here is the Khan guy throwing out some nebulous term, then he declines to explain what he means.
What we do know is:
"Representatives with US Citizenship and Immigration Services told Dailymail.com that they were not aware of Khan's case or of any American citizen having their travel privileges put under review by the US government.
Calls and emails by the site to the Canada Border Services Agency were not answered.
US Customs & Border Protection officials said the agency does not contact travelers in advance of their travel out of the US, adding that any US citizen with a passport may travel out of the country.
The agency told Reuters that it would not comment specifically on the Khan case, citing privacy protections.
There is no US State Department procedure for reviewing 'travel privileges', an agency official told the New York Daily News. Anyone with a valid American passport can enter and leave the country, they added."
Khizr Khan's 'travel privileges are being reviewed' | Daily Mail Online
So far, this story doesn't pass the smell test.
Last edited by Eve1; 6th March 2017 at 02:56 PM.