President Obama seems to be more concerned about the war on Ebola instead of the war on ISIS. Check it out…
President Obama stressed his sense of urgency on Tuesday at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warning that as America scurries to help west African nations grapple with the deadly Ebola epidemic, ‘We can’t dawdle on this one.’
His Defense Department is sending 3,000 armed troops to intervene in Liberia, the hardest-hit nation, underscoring the desperate nature of the situation.
Obama, congressional insiders buzzed Tuesday, decided to put boots on the ground for a virus before he sent them to combat the Islamist terror group wreaking havoc in Iraq.
‘Today, thousands of people in west Africa are infected,’ he president said of the disease outbreak. ‘That number could rapidly grow to tens of thousands. And if the outbreak is not stopped now, we could be looking at hundreds of thousands of people infected, with profound economic and security implications for all of us.’
Obama emphasized the steps his administration has taken, including what he called a ‘whole-government’ response across public health, military and homeland security agencies.
The result leaves him guardedly hopeful, he said.
Read more: Daily Mail
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