Oct 16, 2015

President Not-Present | PJ Media

We now know — even the Associated Press, better described as the Administration's Press, has now acknowledged it — that President Barack Obama, in AP's words, 'did not participate' in a White House meeting of his national security team Saturday morning 'to get updates on the situation and discuss policy options' in reaction to Russia's invasion and takeover of Crimea and threatened military...

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