and other Noncitizens
Responding to a question from a reporter about why he opposes mail-in voting, the President asserted that it would likely result in widespread fraud. Amplifying on that notion, the President said without any citing any proof that the Governor of California has send or is planning to send, "millions of ballots all over the state to anybody - to anybody - people that aren't citizens, illegals, anybody that walks, in California is going to get a ballot. We're not going to destroy this country by allowing things like that to happen. We're not destroying our country."
With respect to student visa-holders from China, the President was asked "do you intend to put restrictions on F and J visas for students and researchers coming in from China." In response, the President said, "we're doing something now that you'll find very interesting.but I won't be talking about it today. I'll be talking about it over the next couple of days.
With respect to China's treatment of Uyghurs, the President was asked if he planned to sign S. 3744, the "Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020, which has had broad, bipartisan support in the House and Senate and which the U.S. House of Representatives is planning to take up in the coming days. In response, the President said "we're taking a look at it very strongly," adding "I'll be looking at it this afternoon."
With respect to travelers from Europe, the President was asked if he is considering lifting the flight ban from Europe in the coming weeks, the President spoke about the ban that he just imposed on persons traveling to the United States from Brazil. He said that "we'll be doing certain announcements on other countries, including Europe, as we move along and where they're making progress, we'll start to open it up. But only where they're making progress. They're "some good progress."