Texas Gov. Rick Perry was on “Hannity” tonight to discuss the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., who is being treated at a Dallas hospital.

“This isn’t an outbreak – this is one case,” Perry said, explaining that a great team of people are in control of the situation.

Perry said the patient is in isolation, and 18 people he has been in contact with are being monitored.


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“I think it’s very important for the people of the state of Texas and the city of Dallas to know that this situation is well in hand,” he said.

Perry also sounded off on the Oklahoma beheading, telling Sean Hannity it “was mostly likely an act of terror.”

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