Montana is under a travel ban from US waters.

US President Donald Trump has ordered all US military vessels to halt all operations in the state, while local law enforcement and law enforcement agencies in the area have been urged to work together.

The ban includes a ban on all travel to the US by all travellers, including US citizens and residents, for 90 days.

US Coast Guard spokesman Chris Danneman said that the Coast Guard has received about 20 reports of people being detained by the authorities in Montana, including some people on a cruise ship.

“We have seen a large number of people coming to the Coast Guards attention,” he said.

“They are being taken to our area to be processed and they are being placed into the custody of the Coast Crew.”

In a statement, the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said the US Coast Guards mission was to monitor and respond to all marine traffic within the continental United States.

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a similar statement to local news organisations saying that flights would resume as normal on Wednesday and that passengers who have already departed would be allowed to board any US airlines flights. “

In the event of a potential incident, CBP will work closely with state and local law-enforcement agencies to ensure the safety of our crew members, as well as the public.”

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a similar statement to local news organisations saying that flights would resume as normal on Wednesday and that passengers who have already departed would be allowed to board any US airlines flights.

Travel restrictions have also been imposed in Alaska and Hawaii.

The US government has not released any details of the new restrictions, but said on Thursday that US citizens would not be able to enter the US for 90 consecutive days.

“Travel will resume as usual,” said US President Trump, who has taken a hard line on the issue of refugees and migrants.

The Federal Aviation Authority (FAAA) has issued a new travel ban for the states of Hawaii, Alaska and Oregon.

Hawaii’s Governor says the ban will be lifted by the end of the week.

It has been imposed to allow the government to “protect the health and safety of the people of Hawaii”.

Alaska Governor Bill Walker said the suspension of flights to and from the state was due to the new rules.

“Today, we’re suspending flights to Hawaii, Oregon, and California.

This suspension is temporary and we’ll be returning to normal operations by the weekend,” Walker said in a statement.

“There’s no reason to believe that this new temporary suspension will last more than 90 days.”

US Senator Rand Paul said he was “heartbroken” by the suspension.

“This was the first time in our history that we’ve been subjected to a government shutdown.

It’s the first and last time,” he told CNN.

“What we’re seeing in the news today is that the federal government is actually shutting down.”

US President John F Kennedy (L) speaks to a group of journalists on the balcony of the Capitol Building in Washington, DC, US on December 23, 1962.

He was the last president to attend a state dinner hosted by the American people, following the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Dallas.

Kennedy had just returned from his third state dinner, where he received a standing ovation.

US Presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally in Detroit, Michigan, on December 16, 2020.

The first state dinner held in the US was held in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1901, when John F. Kennedy was elected to a third term as president.

US Senator Ted Cruz speaks at a campaign event at the Detroit Free Press Arena in Detroit on December 15, 2020, in this file photo from the White House.

The presidential election of 2020 was the fifth time in US history that a president had attended a state-dinner event.

“Our state dinners are not just about dinner.

It is a celebration of American democracy,” Cruz said.

Mr Trump has promised to keep his campaign promise to attend the state dinners, but has also called for the cancellation of the state dinner.

In a series of tweets on Wednesday, he called on the US Congress to cancel the state-delivered state dinners.

“I’m calling on Congress to stop this,” he tweeted.

“The state dinners will not help you in the debate about the future of our country.

They will only hurt you.

And it will be a big mistake for the people in my state.”

The president tweeted that he was considering taking a trip to Florida.

He also tweeted that the US would continue to travel to Canada and Mexico, as it did in 2017 and earlier this year.

The president said that his administration would continue its campaign against Islamic extremism, but did not elaborate.

In the last days of the campaign, Mr Trump said he had not seen any evidence that the Islamic State (IS) group was using a military base in Iraq as a staging ground for attacks on the West.

Mr Cruz, who was elected in November to a second term in the Senate, has said that if he