Oct 12, 2015

This Is Not Denial. This is Obama's Plan. - Erick on the Radio

President Obama gave a combative, extremely defensive, interview to CBS News's 60 Minutes. It appears the President has lost even Steve Kroft. From the transcript: Steve Kroft: A year ago when we did this interview, there was some saber-rattling between the United States and Russia on the Ukrainian border. Now it's also going on in Syria. You said a year ago that the United States-- America...

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