Obama salutes D-day veterans at Normandy ceremony Obama spoke at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, where nearly 9,400 American soldiers ... President Carter became the first to pay tribute to the fallen at Normandy in 1978. Presidents since have seized the chance to offer their retelling ... 06/6/2014 - 12:45 pm | View Link
President Obama to Visit Arlington Cemetery this Memorial Day President Obama is to visit the Arlington cemetery this Memorial Day to pay his tribute to our fallen military heroes ... This annual pre-Memorial Day event honors the military veterans and troops currently in active service. Former Secretary of State ... 05/27/2013 - 1:27 am | View Link
Obama pledges support for veterans, families WASHINGTON (CNN) - Under a scorching morning sun, President Barack Obama laid a wreath to fallen U.S. warriors Monday at Arlington National Cemetery as part of Memorial Day ceremonies that ... it is never too late to pay tribute to the men and women ... 05/28/2012 - 7:57 am | View Link
Obama pays tribute to fallen troops at ceremonies on at Arlington National Cemetery President Barack Obama paid tribute ... sending troops into harm’s way was “the most wrenching decision that I have to make. And I can promise you I will never do so unless it’s absolutely necessary.” Later, at the Vietnam War Memorial, Obama ... 05/28/2012 - 6:05 am | View Link
President Obama pledges support for veterans, families WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Under a scorching morning sun, President Barack Obama laid a wreath to fallen U.S. warriors Monday, May 28th at Arlington National Cemetery as part of Memorial Day ceremonies ... it is never too late to pay tribute to the men and ... 05/28/2012 - 5:33 am | View Link
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Memorial Day 2016 President Barack Obama places a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during a Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., May 30, 2016. 07/24/2016 - 9:19 am | View Website
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Hillary Clinton’s campaign released excerpts of her address at the Democratic National Convention Thursday, as prepared for delivery:***"America is once again at a moment of reckoning. Powerful forces are threatening to pull us apart. Bonds of trust and respect are fraying. And just as with our founders there are no guarantees.
A former official in the Ronald Reagan administration will strongly rebuke comparisons of Donald Trump to Ronald Reagan on Thursday night. Doug Elmets, who worked for Reagan as a spokesman and a speechwriter, is set to speak at the Democratic National Convention about how he is prepared to vote for a Democratic candidate for the first time in his life, according to prepared remarks of his speech.“I haven’t just voted Republican.
Donald Trump has rarely had anything nice to say about Mitt Romney, but when it comes to tax returns, the Republican nominee treats his predecessor as a cautionary tale. Trump has long refused to release his tax returns, saying that he is currently under audit. But asked Thursday night by Fox News’s Greta Van Susteren if he would release older tax returns that are not under audit, Trump said the beating Romney took in 2012 over his own tax returns should serve as a warning.“I remember with Mitt Romney four years ago, everybody wanted his, and his is a peanut compared to mine.
President Barack Obama won’t see a return on the impact of his headlining speech at the Democratic National Convention until voting results trickle in come November. But the president thinks his message to Americans — to reject Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and “do for Hillary Clinton what you did for me” — was effective, according to his speechwriter, Cody Keenan.“When it was done, what did he say?” NBC’s Peter Alexander asked Keenan.“He said, ‘I think that worked,’ Keenan recalled during an interview broadcast on “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.” “That’s it.”
Donald Trump had a little meltdown tonight while addressing a crowd in Grand Rapids this afternoon.
I wanted to hit a couple of those speakers so hard. I would of hit themno no.. I was going to hit them I was all set Then I got a call from a highly respected governor that said "how's it going, Donald?" I said "it's going good, but they are saying very bad things about me.