Obama Shows Vulnerability Over Prisoner Exchange

June 2014
Moderate Voice;6/ 5/2014, p4
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The article presents criticism against U.S. President Barack Obama and the Republican Party over the trading of U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for six prisoners from the Islamic fundamentalist organization Taliban. Topics discussed include lack of consultation with the U.S. Congress, law violation by the President and question on Bergdahl being a deserter.


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