Obama sends message of tolerance after meeting California shooting victims

December 19, 2015 10:46

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama met with the families of most of the San Bernardino shooting victims on Friday for nearly three hours, and said he was moved by their emphasis on tolerance following the Dec. 2 attacks.

Obama said the families are representative of the strength, unity and love he sees in the San Bernardino community and across the United States.

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