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Obama finally breaks silence on violence in Libya
President Obama condemned the violence in Libya, dispatched Secretary of State Clinton to Geneva for talks aimed at stopping the bloodshed, and said he directed his administration to prepare a full range of options to respond.
Obama also said the suffering and bloodshed is outrageous and unacceptable.
Obama made these profound announcements Wednesday evening — his first public comments on the violent unrest sweeping Libya.
MR. CARNEY: Just one second. This is just a scheduling issue.
That’s right, because of “scheduling” Obama was not able to speak out on Libya. Not on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday nor Tuesday.
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