Monthly Archives: October 2014

THE EBOLA CRISIS IN AMERICA: President Obama: “I Understand People Are Worried…And Scared”

Thursday President Barack Obama met with the press in the Oval Office to discuss how his administration is handling the Ebola Crisis in America. During the press briefing,  President Obama expressed “heartfelt concern” for the two nurses infected with deadly Ebola

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THE EBOLA CRISIS IN AMERICA: President Barack Obama: “We Are Taking This {Ebola Crisis} Very Seriously”

President Obama announced late Wednesday that he has gathered a team of experts together to discuss containment solutions to the spread of the dreaded Ebola virus. After expressing deep concerns over the second nurse to contract the virus, Amber Vinson,

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THE EBOLA CRISIS IN AMERICA: President Obama Cancels All Travel Plans To Hold Emergency Meeting After Third Ebola Case Revealed

President Barack Obama abruptly cancelled travel plans to New Jersey and Connecticut on Wednesday in order to meet with senior advisors to discuss the growing Ebola crisis.  After repeatedly reassuring Americans that the deadly disease is controllable, the White House has been forced to

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THE EBOLA CRISIS IN AMERICA: President Obama Hosts A Video Conference On Ebola And ISIL

Readout of the President’s Video Conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President François Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi Today, the President participated in a video conference with his counterparts Prime Minister David

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THE EBOLA CRISIS IN AMERICA: President Obama’s Recent Briefing Regarding Ebola Concerns

Readout of the President’s Meeting on the Domestic Preparedness and Response to Ebola The President met this afternoon with members of his public health and national security team to receive an update on the response to the diagnosis of a

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October 2014
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