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Voters Not Too Impressed With Obama's Response to San Bernardino Terror Attack

In a rare address from the Oval Office, President Obama spoke to the American people on Sunday night about the recent terrorist attack in San Bernardino, the evolution of terrorism over the last decade, gun control, the need to resist anti-Muslim bias, and more. 


In an attempt to reassure the nation, Obama promised to destroy the Islamic State. But as Guy and Christine pointed out, the speech discussed nothing new and was hardly memorable. The American people agreed.

According to a new Rasmussen poll, only 34 percent of likely voters thought the presidents remarks were ‘good or excellent’ when asked “How would you rate President Obama’s response to the mass shooting in California?”This compares to 43 percent who believe his response to the terror attack was poor. 

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