President Obama

War on terror

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    1. Obama said the United States and its allies would continue disrupting plots, targeting terrorist infrastructure and finances,
    2. providing training and equipment to Iraqi and Syrian fighters.
    3. He said he would also pursue a cease-fire agreement in Syria, which would allow for a “common goal” between the United States and Russia to pursue ISIS.
    4. Obama also made a pitch for gun control, saying it “should be more difficult” to buy high-powered assault-style rifles —
    5. like those used in last week’s attack — and that people on no-fly lists shouldn’t be allowed to buy guns.

    Description of war on terror

    After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Bush administration declared a worldwide "war on terror," involving open and covert military operations, new security legislation, efforts to block the financing of terrorism, and more. ISIS has only gained in strength. The attacks in San Bernardino should serve as a wake-up call for Obama and Clinton that the way to victory is not through the status quo but refocusing our efforts to defeat ISIS.” Dick cheney served under bush's presidency al organization founded in 1988 by Osama bin Laden, Abdullah Azzam, and several other Arab volunteers who fought against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Donald rumsfled was the secretary of dfense during bush's presidency

    Obama said “Let’s not forget that freedom is more powerful than fear, that we have always met challenges — whether war or depression, natural disasters or terrorist attacks — by coming together around our common ideals as one nation, as one people,” he said. “So long as we stay true to that tradition, I have no doubt America will prevail.”

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