While speaking at a press conference during the G20 Summit, President Barack Obama used the opportunity to once again call for military action against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
President Barack Obama traveled to Sweden on Wednesday ahead of the G20 Summit as he is seeking international support for a military strike against Syria for use of chemical weapons. Obama landed in Stockholm to meet with Swedish Prime Minister John Fredrik Reinfeldt for a press conference on their shared views for international action in Syria.
During a press conference Friday afternoon Secretary of State John Kerry condemned attacks reportedly perpetrated by the Syrian government against its own people – which he referred to as a “crime against humanity” – and asserted that the actions of the Untied States in response will have long-lasting effects on international politics.
During a press conference on Friday at the White House, President Barack Obama said that the United States is not likely to ever eradicate terrorism.
Responding warily to his administration’s sudden sex scandal, President Barack Obama said Wednesday he’s seen no evidence that national security was damaged by the revelations that ended his CIA director’s career and imperil that of his Afghan war commander.
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