Richard Grenell

media observer and former diplomat

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Spokesman for the last four US Ambassadors to the United Nations during the Bush Administration (2001-2009)

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In his  second annual address  to the UN General Assembly today, President Obama emphasized peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

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Last year, in his  first speech  to the UN General Assembly, President Obama promised a new era of American engagement with the rest of the world.

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President Obama accepted  his Nobel Peace Prize  today with humility and a defense of the war in Afghanistan. He said the use of force can bring lasting peace.

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President Obama accepted his Nobel Peace Prize today with humility and a defense of the war in Afghanistan. He said the use of force can bring lasting peace.

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