Sep 29, 2015

Putin Bests Obama in UN Showdown on Syria | PJ Media

Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin both spoke at the United Nations on Monday, with Putin reiterating a call he made in September for an international coalition against jihad terror and the Islamic State in particular. Obama again rebuffed that call, although this time he left the door slightly open to some kind of cooperation with Russia.The sticking point is Bashar Assad -- and the differences...

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