Barack Obama Speech at Navy Yard Memorial #1051998
MSNBC Special for Sunday, Sep 22, 2013
Live MSNBC coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's speech at the memorial service for the twelve people killed by a gunman at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC, preceded by speeches by Naval Sea Systems Command Vice Admiral William Hilarides, Washington, DC Mayor Vincent Gray, Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan Greenert, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, and followed by speeches by Hitul Thaker of the Defense Information Systems Agency, Washington Naval District Chaplain Lieutenant Commander William Dorwart, and Chief of Navy Chaplains Rear Admiral Mark Tidd.
Analysis includes the participation of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' former intern Daniel Hernandez, Colin Goddard of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and MSNBC contributor Goldie Taylor, and a taped excerpt of a statement by Sen. Joe Manchin.
- Hunt, Kasie
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