Obama Calls Facebook Live Attack ‘Despicable,’ But Optimistic About Race Relations

Yahoo News – In a new interview, President Obama has denounced what he called the “despicable” video on Facebook Live of what appears to be an assault on a mentally challenged white teenager by four young black people in Chicago. However, he said he does not believe racial tensions are getting worse.


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