July 12, 2016

In A Rare Joint Appearance, Obama And Bush Talk About Texas

It was day for unlikely friendships in the US yesterday. While Clinton and Sanders buried the hatchet, POTUS and former POTUS came together but under more somber circumstances. President Barack Obama spoke at the memorial service held to remember the five police officers killed by a sniper in Dallas, and after weeks of violent engagement between police officers and civilians, it was a welcomed moments of reflection. He urged Americans to channel their anger into changing the discourse on violence, while former President George W. Bush called for unity, asking citizens to stop judging other groups by their worst examples. The presidential duo plan to visit the families of the slain officers as well.

Yes, I want to sound marginally more intelligent: