Trump’s decision to place a travel advisory on the White House website Thursday has some American citizens wondering what they can do to protect themselves against terrorism.
Trump’s announcement comes as Europe has been on edge following a deadly terror attack in the French city of Nice, France, in July, when a Tunisian national, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, drove a truck into a crowd of revellers and killed 86 people.
Trump said Thursday that the travel advisory would provide “some guidance” on travel to the United States.
“It is very important for U to be able to keep us safe and secure.
And we are doing everything we can to make sure that we do that,” he said.”
The United States does not want to be in the position where we are not able to protect our citizens in the United State and in Europe,” he added.
Trump also said the travel advisories would be updated “every day” and added that it is “important that we have a strong and strong military, that we protect our people and that we keep our borders secure.”
The travel advisory will also provide “more information about what the United Nations Security Council will consider if the United Kingdom or France, or any other country is not able or unwilling to implement the Security Council Resolution that was passed unanimously by the UNSC,” he wrote.
Trump issued the travel warning earlier this month after the U.K. voted to withdraw from the European Union, which he said would be “catastrophic” for the U