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Based on the report.
What position is the Obama administration taking on allowing the -- -- president to come here.
-- breaks of ours this is what we're learning while there are reports that in principle that's a lay's visit has been approved.
I US officials tell fox -- requests for medical treatment is still under consideration.
Want to talk about approval of that yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh has been another Arab leader.
Under fire since thousands of processors have filled the streets and violent and bloody clashes with security forces.
Demonstrators have been demanding that he stepped down.
-- as you mentioned great was injured in the near fatal bomb blast in June.
At the mosque when his very own presidential -- now.
The New York Times for of the reports the Arab leader is seeking.
Of the medical problems stemming from those injuries that article further stating that president Saleh could arrive at New York Presbyterian Hospital -- soon as the end of this week now.
If he is allowed to come to America.
He would be the first Arab leader to request that and be granted that admission to the US since the rise of protests sweeping through the Arab world.
A year ago.
Kelly is is the White House talking about this.
So far on this matter we've heard from the white house Press Secretary.
Josh deputy -- secretary Josh Earnest.
Who issued the following statement he states and I'm quoting.
US officials are continue to consider -- -- lay's request to enter the country for the sole purpose of seeking medical treatment.
But initial reports that permission has already been granted.
Are not true.
So for the Obama administration there is a lot to consider here great do they accept the request of a leader who is and world.
And a political crisis which has brought his government to the brink of collapse even now there -- reports of his army battling al-Qaeda linked militants in the region.
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