From NBC's Courtney Kube
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today that she is "not satisfied" with the procedures that allowed Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to travel to the U.S., despite his father's warnings.
"We are not satisfied. We are conducting an internal review," Clinton said during a joint press availability with her counterpart from Qatar.
Clinton said that based on the information that she has now, the State Department "fully complied with the requirements set forth in the interagency process" about what should be done when information is provided about a threat.
She added that they are now "looking to see whether those procedures need to be changed, upgraded."