Weekly Address: President Obama’s Supreme Court Nomination

Weekly Address: President Obama’s Supreme Court Nomination

Washington, DC…Hi, everybody. One of the most consequential responsibilities our Constitution grants a President is appointing a Supreme Court Justice. The men and women who sit on the Supreme Court safeguard our rights. They ensure that ours is a system of laws, not of men. And they’re given the essential task of applying the principles […]

Secretary Kerry: Daesh Responsible for Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity

Secretary Kerry: Daesh Responsible for Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity

Washington, DC…Good morning, everybody. In 2014, the terrorist group Daesh began to seize territory in Syria and Iraq, overrunning major cities and committing atrocities. The United States responded quickly by denouncing these horrific acts and – more importantly – taking coordinated actions to counter them. In September of that year, President Obama mobilized an international […]

Two & Half Men Left Standing In GOP Race. One Woman For The Dems

Two & Half Men Left Standing In GOP Race.  One Woman For The Dems

Washington, DC…The race for the White House picked up speed, clarity and focus as Donald Trump easily defeated Marco Rubio on his Florida home turf. The winner take all primary defeat sealed the fate of Rubio’s campaign and he suspended his campaign last night. Governor John Kasich proved he has half a chance to make […]

The United States Condemns Attack in Grand-Bassam, Cote d’Ivoire

The United States Condemns Attack in Grand-Bassam, Cote d’Ivoire

Washington, DC…The United States strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Cote d’Ivoire in the Grand-Bassam. We send our thoughts and prayers to all affected by this senseless violence. The U.S. Embassy in Abidjan is making every effort to account for the welfare of American citizens in the area. We will continue to monitor the situation […]

President Obama’s Weekly Address: The Legacy of Nancy Reagan

President Obama’s Weekly Address:  The Legacy of Nancy Reagan

Washington, DC…Hello, everybody. This past week, we lost an American icon and one of the most influential figures of her time – former First Lady Nancy Reagan. Born in New York City, and raised mostly in Chicago, Nancy Davis graduated from Smith College in 1943. As an actress, she appeared in 11 films. And off-screen, […]

The President At South By Southwest

The President At South By Southwest

Austin, TX…President Obama traveled to South by Southwest  — the first sitting President to do so. In Austin, he made the case for people “from all walks of life, working inside or outside of government, to help us make this democracy even stronger.” When it comes to tech, the President has had many firsts: the first “Social […]

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