Lets time travel back to when presidents used to actually be respected by most, and were able to articulate feelings on behalf of a nation after a tragedy. Check it out…
FOX News’ Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt joined Megyn Kelly discussed the differences between two major incidents that allegedly led to loss of American life.
In 1983, Ronald Reagan offered stern words and promised consequences after Korean Air Flight 007 was shot down by a Soviet Interceptor. The passenger jet was en route to Seoul, South Korea from New York via Anchorage, Alaska. It was shot down near Moneron Island, a Russian possession. Reagan called the event an ‘act of barbarism’, and a ‘crime against humanity’.
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