It’s too bad that President Barack Obama seems to think his real enemies are Republicans – from the more than 30 governors who say Syrian refugees aren’t welcome in their states, to White House hopefuls who the president insists offer nothing more than a “spasm of rhetoric,” to members of Congress who want a moratorium on taking in more refugees and tighter restrictions on who earns that classification.
It’s too bad that President Barack Obama seems to think his real enemies are Republicans – from the more than 30 governors who say Syrian refugees aren’t welcome in their states, to White House hopefuls who the president insists offer nothing more than a “spasm of rhetoric,” to members of Congress who want a moratorium on taking in more refugees and tighter restrictions on who earns that classification. Susan Walsh AP
It’s too bad that President Barack Obama seems to think his real enemies are Republicans – from the more than 30 governors who say Syrian refugees aren’t welcome in their states, to White House hopefuls who the president insists offer nothing more than a “spasm of rhetoric,” to members of Congress who want a moratorium on taking in more refugees and tighter restrictions on who earns that classification. Susan Walsh AP

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