President Obama used a rare Sunday night address to discuss the fight against terrorism at home and abroad.
President Barack Obama vowed Sunday night the United States would overcome a terror threat that has entered a “new phase.”
This is only the third time Obama has given an Oval Office address, an event reserved for major, serious topics.
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President Barack Obama will use his Sunday night address on terrorism to urge the American people not to “give in to fear.”