This evening on “Special Report,” Charles Krauthammer weighed in on the Ebola threat in the U.S.

Krauthammer remarked that the head of the CDC said today that all visitors coming into the country from the affected region are tracked.

“We couldn’t even track a nurse who treated Mr. Duncan all the way to Cleveland. And we’re gonna be assured a Guinean coming in here is gonna be tracked for the three weeks?”

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Krauthammer said he is sure that if the U.S. gets a few more Ebola cases coming in from West Africa, the government will put a travel ban in place.

He also criticized officials for playing by the rules of a normal infectious disease, noting that the rules aren’t normal here.

He wondered: “Why in God’s name” did they withhold the second nurse’s name for a day?

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