“The American people do not want a march to war. And it is important to understand that if pursuing a resolution diplomatically is … disallowed or ruled out, what options, then, do we and our allies have to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon?” Obama spokesman Jay Carney says.
The war of words over the debt ceiling heats up. Update: Boehner’s top spokesperson shoots back.
The White House further reacts to the Zimmerman trial verdict.
The president had to be told by phone about the landmark rulings after Air Force One lost internet access.
Carney says Obama’s agenda is still on track despite a bad couple weeks.
The White House press secretary said the Vice President didn’t contradict the State Department last night because he was not speaking about the Administration as a whole.
Jay Carney said Wednesday that he “never said we don’t know if it’s terrorism,” but dodged in September when asked directly if it was a terrorist attack
As a reporter in 2008, the now White House press secretary said Obama’s comments about small town Pennsylvanians exposed a huge weakness of then Senator Obama’s.
The White House press secretary addressed a report in the British press that the U.S. had prior intelligence of an attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya saying the report was false.