President Barack Obama says he hopes the immediate threat stemming from the recent shootings in Paris is now resolved and pledges U.S. support to the people of France. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) President Barack Obama said on Friday (January 9) he hoped the immediate threat stemming from the recent shootings in Paris was now resolved and pledged U.S. support to the people of France. "I want the people of France to know that the United States stands with you today, stands with you tomorrow," Obama said during a trip to Tennessee. "In the streets of Paris the world's seen once again what terrorists stand for: they have nothing to offer but hatred and human suffering. And we stand for freedom and hope and the dignity of all human beings. And that's what the city of Paris represents to the world."