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Barack Obama Speech Re: Terrorism #1092843

MSNBC Special for Sunday, Dec 06, 2015

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  • Live MSNBC 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 Huffington Post Editorial Director Howard Fineman, MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt, Robert Costa of the "Washington Post", MSNBC military analyst retired Colonel Jack Jacobs, author Malcolm Nance, Virginia Tech shooting survivor Colin Goddard of Everytown for Gun Safety, MSNBC law enforcement analyst Jim Cavanaugh, registered voters Glenn Schlossberg, Wesley Frommel, Megan Frommel, Tom Avitable, Zena Saunders, and Sheryl Douglas, "Washington Post" columnist Eugene Robinson, American Urban Radio Networks correspondent April Ryan, Sen. Chris Murphy, Shawn Henry, and Jonathan Alter, and taped excerpts of statements by Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and President Obama.
  • Reporter(s):
    Jansing, Chris;
    Engel, Richard;
    Williams, Pete;
    Todd, Chuck;
    Kornacki, Steve;
    Welker, Kristen

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