President Obama on Friday sharply condemned the actions of the Syrian regime, said that it could not “battles its way to legitimacy,” and the call for an international observer force in Aleppo.
In his last press conference of 2016, the President of Russia, the Iran and Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad for the ongoing violence in the city in the middle of the grinding civil war accused.
“The world should not deceive you, and the world will not forget,” Obama said.
Obama spoke in the White House press briefing room and issues a variety of issues, including allegations of Russian hackers in the US election.
The President pushed back on statements he was, the Russian President Vladimir Putin “get away with” hacking the US election.
“It was not fighting much,” Obama told reporters. “What we have said is the facts.”
Obama was asked how the United States put the blame on Russia could respond to Cyber attacks in connection with the election, that the U.S. intelligence community.
President-elect Donald Trump has rejected the assessment, while accused of trying the Obama administration to delegitimize his victory.
Obama began his press conference and campaigned for his achievements from his time in office, noting that the unemployment rate has decreased, and higher rates of persons insured under his health-care overhaul.
Obama said that he left the country “stronger and more well-to-do was more than it was when we started.”
But he reminded the public that it will do more on the greatest problems of the country. He says he will continue to work to push the agenda of his administration after leaving office.
Next Friday, a press conference, Obama departs for his annual family vacation in Hawaii.