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Barack Obama Speech Re: Terrorism #1092605

FNC Special for Sunday, Dec 06, 2015

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  • Live FNC coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's speech from the White House re: efforts to defeat ISIS, following recent terrorist attacks in San Bernadino (California) and Paris, France.
  • Analysis includes the participation of syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer, AB Stoddard of The Hill, Fox News analyst Juan Williams, Fox News contributor Steve Hayes, and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio, and taped excerpts of statements by Rep. Michael McCaul, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, President Obama, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, and Great Britain Prime Minister David Cameron.
  • Reporter(s):
    Henry, Ed;
    Housley, Adam;
    Griffin, Jennifer
    Duration:
    01:07:00

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