Watch ms allen make the claim on abc news tonight

Watch ms allen make the claim on abc news tonight.

We have been trying for hours to get you to come back with something definitive that you can actually prove us wrong. We’ve been trying to ask for more from you, but you’ve not answered us, you don’t seem to actually care, and as far as I’m aware, you’ve just gotten caught in the same pattern that everyone else has gotten caught in: just sitting back and letting this go on without even making a real effort to refute it or come up with some sort of real rebuttal.

And again, we don’t really care about that. But we’re going to keep trying. We’re going to keep pushing you, because our kids are at risk right now, right? That would be so hard to ignore. So we’re going to keep trying. We’re going to keep pushing, because we really think you should get the benefit of the doubt, you should be able to take a stand, and you should be able to speak your mind without fear of being labeled a racist, and we think we’ll be able to win this argument.


TAPPER: All right. We’re going to see all of you tonight. Today, President Obama and some other leaders — including Vice President Biden — will be taking the stage to discuss a plan to deal with the crisis that erupted this week in Venezuela after President Maduro tried to impose a r바카라 토토ecall referendum on Maduro.

But there is one member of this group that has been conspicuously absent from the front lines of this crisis.

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Senator Obama, you were asked about Venezuela in the speech at the time, about this massive humanitarian crisis, when it appears the US government is doing little or nothing to help alleviate it.

The question asked was, do you think we need to take more action?

What’s your reaction?

SEN. BARACK OBAMA, D.C.: Well, if you think about what my predecessors have done in Latin America or the region for the last thirty years, what have been the successes of those efforts? I’ve been very proud of what I’m doing. And what’s been more impressive than anything we’ve done in Latin America is how we’ve overcome