Obama on 60 Minutes: Impressively Growing into Commander In Chief Role (VIDEO)

May 2011
Moderate Voice;5/8/2011, p15
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The article offers the author's perspective on the television interview of U.S. President Barack Obama following the death of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Basing on the 60-minute interview and the reports of the decision making around the raid of bin Laden in Pakistan, he believes that the Americans has chosen wisely with Obama's presidency. He points that the president has shown a strategic plan for every eventuality of the decisions he made which is what any good leader must do.


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