Nov 14, 2015

French President Promises: 'We Will Be Ruthless' - Tea Party News

(Daily Caller) – Speaking early Saturday morning in Paris, French president Francois Hollande promised a “ruthless” response after a terrorist attack that has left at least 158 people dead. “We will lead the fight, it will be ruthless,” Hollande said, according to France 24. His declaration came shortly after the French government announced a state of emergency, curfew, and the ...

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