Nov 12, 2015

In Lieu of Sending Representative to Paris March, White House Announces February Extremism Summit | PJ Tatler

The White House didn't send a representative higher than the U.S. ambassador to the massive unity march in Paris today, but did announce it would hold a summit on violent extremism.There was no reason given for why President Obama or Vice President Biden weren't sent to the rally. Neither had anything on their schedules. Secretary of State John Kerry went ahead with a previously planned India...

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