Obama vows to "rally the world" against Islamic State
In his weekly radio address, U.S. President Barack Obama says the United States and a broad coalition of nations are coming together to combat the threat posed by Islamic State. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
US President Barack Obama made an appearance at a bar in Denver, Colorado, on Tuesday, July 8, en route from the airport to downtown. He met with locals at Wazee Supper Club, and the visit turned out to be a surreal experience. Not only did Obama shake hands with someone wearing a horse’s head, but he was also offered a hit of marijuana, now legal in the state. The president laughed when the cheeky local asked, “Want a hit, man”? Credit: YouTube/mrmanton1989
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