President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke to reporters and answered questions on U.S.-U.K. relations. Among the… read more
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke to reporters and answered questions on U.S.-U.K. relations. Among the topics they addressed were the future of the European Union, reports that the Internal Revenue Service had targeted conservative groups when reviewing tax-exempt status of organizations, and U.S. government talking points following terrorist attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. close
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