Barack Obama - Speech To The Nation On Syria mp3 flacPerformer: Barack Obama
Title: Speech To The Nation On Syria
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Barack Obama - Speech To The Nation On Syria mp3 flac
September 10, 2013 - Obama Syria Speech Address - President Obama delivered a speech to the American people on Tuesday night on Syria outlining the .
The US president has made a televised speech in which he committed to pursuing diplomacy on the issue of the Assad regime's chemical weapons.
2009 Получил Нобелевскую премию мира.
2009 - 2016 Стал 44-й президентом Соединённых Штатов Америки.
Address to the Nation on HOR Health Care Bill Passage. delivered 21 March 2010. To the untold numbers who knocked on doors and made phone calls, who organized and mobilized out of a firm conviction that change in this country comes not from the top down, but from the bottom up - let me reaffirm that conviction: This moment is possible because of you. Most importantly, today’s vote answers the prayers of every American who has hoped deeply for something to be done about a health care system that works for insurance companies, but not for ordinary people.
Delivery date of speech: 10 September 2013.
President Obama addresses the nation on the developing situation in the Syrian Civil War. Presidential Speeches Barack Obama Presidency. September 10, 2013: Address to the Nation on Syria. My fellow Americans, tonight I want to talk to you about Syria - why it matters, and where we go from here. Over the past two years, what began as a series of peaceful protests against the repressive regime of Bashar al-Assad has turned into a brutal civil war. Over 100,000 people have been killed.
President Barack Obama's speech to the American public Monday night was eloquent and forceful. But given the odds arrayed against him - some of his own making - the persuader in chief likely won't make the sale. Indeed, it's likely that none of the other great communicators and explainers - Franklin Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton - could have either. That was followed by an off-the-cuff remark by Secretary of State John Kerry on how al-Assad could preempt a military attack by turning over all his chemicals weapons. The next surprise was a Russian endorsement of Kerry's idea - and then Syria jumping aboard the peace train.
President Barack Obama. Vice President Joe Biden. First Lady Michelle Obama. Executive Office of the President. Senior White House Leadership. THE PRESIDENT: My fellow Americans, tonight I want to talk to you about Syria - why it matters, and where we go from here. Millions have fled the country. In that time, America has worked with allies to provide humanitarian support, to help the moderate opposition, and to shape a political settlement.
Good afternoon, everybody. Instead, we'll continue to support the Syrian people through our pressure on the Assad regime, our commitment to the opposition, our care for the displaced, and our pursuit of a political resolution that achieves a government that respects the dignity of its people. But we are the United States of America, and we cannot and must not turn a blind eye to what happened in Damascus.
The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, gave his first public address before a joint session of the United States Congress on Tuesday, February 24, 2009. Presiding over this joint session was the House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi.
In his first term, the Obama team tried to turn attention away from the Middle East with a strategic pivot toward the Asia Pacific region, rich with growing economies and potential friends nervous about Chinese expansion. If we put all of our energy into the Middle East, or just into reacting, we won't get things done, said Susan Rice, one of Obama’s closest advisors and, in his second term, his national security advisor. The war in Syria proved the greatest challenge for Obama, and much of his legacy may well depend on how history views his response. In August 2012, Obama publicly warned that President Bashar Assad would cross a red line if his forces used chemical weapons against rebels seeking his ouster.
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