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An unexpected email from The White House to me, concerning al Qaeda and national security

An unexpected email from The White House to me, concerning al Qaeda and national security

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Published by A.J. MacDonald, Jr.
I’ve never sent an email to the White House, about security anything else, yet I received the above email, which arrived about two hours after I published an article concerning al Qaeda being a creation and ally of the US government. See: John McCain, Lindsey Graham, John Kerry, and Barack Obama fund, arm, and train al Qaeda and its associates in Syria - http://wp.me/pPnn7-2kD
I’ve never sent an email to the White House, about security anything else, yet I received the above email, which arrived about two hours after I published an article concerning al Qaeda being a creation and ally of the US government. See: John McCain, Lindsey Graham, John Kerry, and Barack Obama fund, arm, and train al Qaeda and its associates in Syria - http://wp.me/pPnn7-2kD

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Published by: A.J. MacDonald, Jr. on Jun 05, 2013
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Dear Friend:Thank you for writing.
 
I have heard from many Americans concerned about our Nation
ʼ
ssecurity, and I appreciate your perspective.
 
As Commander in Chief, I have no greaterresponsibility than keeping the American people safe.
 
My Administration is working every day to defeat al-Qa
ʼ
ida and its extremist affiliates inAfghanistan and beyond.
 
Shortly after taking office, I directed the Central IntelligenceAgency to make the capture or killing of Osama bin Laden, al-Qa
ʼ
ida
ʼ
s leader, a toppriority.
 
On May 1, 2011, we achieved this mission, bringing to justice a terroristresponsible for the murder of thousands of men, women, and children in the UnitedStates and around the world.
 
Bin Laden
ʼ
s death does not mark the end of our effortsagainst al-Qa
ʼ
ida, and we will remain vigilant at home and abroad as we continueworking to disrupt and dismantle this terrorist network.
 
At home and abroad, our men and women in uniform are making extraordinarysacrifices to protect us all.
 
As I promised, our combat mission in Iraq ended on August31, 2010,
 
and all our troops were able to come home by the end of 2011.
 
We have builta strong partnership with the Iraqi people in support of Iraq
ʼ
s development and peaceand security in the region.
 
Meanwhile, we are focusing on the threat of al-Qa
ʼ
ida and itsextremist affiliates in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
 
The September 11 attacks wereplanned in this region, and terrorists there continue to plot against the United States.
 
That is why I increased the number of American troops fighting in Afghanistan, and weare continuing to work with our partners in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and around the worldto dismantle and defeat al-Qa
ʼ
ida.
 
Our key national security agencies are working together to protect American lives, butwe must address vulnerabilities in the system.
 
We have taken steps to ensure ouraviation screening, technology, and procedures are working more effectively.
 
Toimprove our intelligence system, I directed the intelligence community to follow up on allleads on high-priority threats and to distribute reports more widely so the intelligence we

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