Oct 24, 2015

Obama Weekly Address on Climate Change: "Over The Past Six Years, We've Led By Example" | Video | RealClearPolitics

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Hi, everybody. Our country is home to some of the most beautiful God-given landscapes in the world. Weâre blessed with natural treasures â from the Grand Tetons to the Grand Canyon; from lush forests and vast deserts to lakes and rivers teeming with wildlife. And itâs our responsibility to protect these treasures for future generations, just as previous generations...

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