"I just can’t go to the major alphabet networks. They are in the tank for Obama and it is network policy to cover up any critical stories regarding the President and his family. The White House has officially created a State media,"
Obama will meet with the families of shooting victims privately.. USA TODAY Published 7:37 p.m. ET Oct. 5, he made an unscheduled campaign stop in the town of 21,000 people in southern Oregon.
President Obama wants to politicize the Oregon shooting. By. this time in Oregon. Obama’s speeches after these events. so I thought I would take the time to go through the speech line by.
In July 2009, President Obama alluded to the possibility of Robinson coaching elsewhere by saying: "Craig Robinson is an outstanding coach.. Anybody in Oregon and anybody who knows sports knows he turned it around. He loves Corvallis, and I’m sure that as a young, successful coach, he’s going to start getting offers."
Barack and Michelle Obama at an Oregon State basketball game in Craig Robinson’s first year as head coach in 2009 / AP. Three of the top 150 recruits in the country are going to Oregon State.
Obama Goes To Oregon, Hit With Massive Protest, "Go Golf" Roseburg, the Oregon community that suffered the mass shooting at their community college, are not in buying Obama’s "sympathy" visit today.
Obama to Visit Oregon to Meet Families of umpqua community college shooting victims. President Obama to meet with relatives of Oregon shooting victims Oct. 6, 2015 00:19.
“But I’m going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for. attracting enthusiastic admirers who regularly express the hope that they are witnessing the party’s “next Obama.” While the four.
Oregon — which began before Vitiello assumed his acting role — along with his personal tweets. At the time, Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, said "serious issues" had been raised.
11:52 a.m. Obama is now taking off from Eugene to go to roseburg.oregon democratic sens. ron wyden and Jeff Merkley walked off the plane with Obama. They are supporting legislation to tighten gun.
"Make no mistake about it, we are going to do something about it," Williams said. After Sessions announced that he would roll back the Obama-era policy, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum.