BARRACK OBAMA ISSUES STATEMENT ON OTTO WARMBIER AFTER BEING BLASTED BY TRUMP AND MAN'S PARENTS

The former president Barrack Obama has issues a statement about Otto Warmbier, the America College Student who died this week, days after being released from North Korea in a coma after more than a year in captivity. “During the course of the Obama Administration, we had no higher priority than securing the release of Americans detained overseas,” Obama spokesman Ned Price said in the statement. “Their tireless efforts resulted in the release of at least 10 Americans from North Korean custody during the course of the Obama administration.” Added Price, who was National Security Counsel spokesperson during Obama’s administration:

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