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I’ll be on @CNN at 11:00 am ET to answer your questions about what happened in Paris.
I want to talk to you about the French attacks.
The question is, are we doing enough to protect the French people?
And I know there are a lot of questions about the United States and its response to the attacks, the Paris attacks.
And one of the big questions is, what can the United State do to help the French and the French citizens?
What can the U.S. do?
And then we’ll have a short break.
We’re back with the question of the Paris terror attacks.
On this day in history, we’re going to take a look at what happened.
The day began in Paris, with an explosion in a metro station that killed more than 100 people.
We have a report from France’s premier media outlet, France 24, that says it was the worst mass shooting in France since World War II.
It was the deadliest attack in the country’s history.
There was an attack at a soccer stadium, with 30 people killed and dozens injured.
It took place just as crowds were celebrating Bastille Day, a national holiday that commemorates the French Revolution.
That attack, we believe, began when a man in a black shirt opened fire in a crowded nightclub, hitting the crowd in a nearby stadium.
Paris, in its capital, is a city of big crowds and a big heart.
We are still learning more about what exactly happened that day, but there was a moment of confusion.
When the police said that the gunman had killed himself, people were shocked and shocked.
And they didn’t know what was happening.
So they started looking for the gunman.
They were surprised when they found him dead.
A policeman with a baton and two other police officers walked to the scene.
The policeman who found the gunman was shot in the face.
That officer was shot, as was a policeman in the other direction.
The police officers were killed.
It turned out that this gunman had an explosive vest, a grenade launcher, a rifle, an AK-47, and a pistol.
He was armed with an automatic rifle, a semiautomatic rifle, and an automatic pistol.
There were some witnesses to the attack.
We know that this is not the first time that someone has attacked a nightclub.
A gunman shot and killed an officer in the suburb of Saint-Denis on July 18.
A man who was armed and was driving a vehicle was shot and wounded.
A group of people walked out of a bar in the small French town of Valence on June 12 and opened fire on a police car.
It killed an off-duty officer.
And then a man shot at police officers in Valence, killing one of them.
That shooting took place in the middle of the night, on a Sunday night.
A second shooting occurred in the city of Seine-Saint-Denise in the western suburbs.
There is a report that at least two people were wounded in that attack.
But the French police are still searching for the shooter.
So this was a mass shooting that was clearly targeted.
And so, in this, we can see that there is no other way to describe this, and that is a terrible tragedy.
But there are also a lot people who feel very, very angry at the French government for not being more proactive in the response.
And there is a sense that the French authorities are failing to protect their citizens and their neighborhoods.
And that, I think, is very important to know about the Paris attack.
And I want the United Sates to understand that.
I know that there have been some questions raised about the U,S.
response to this.
The United States has been very involved in helping the French.
The U.N. is the main organization that helps coordinate the French response.
So we do provide humanitarian assistance, and we also provide security and intelligence.
But in terms of the U., the U-S.
role, it’s quite limited.
And we certainly have not provided any kind of assistance to the French in terms the response to any of these attacks.
I would like to address one more issue, and I want you to understand it very clearly.
There are two other U. S. agencies that are active in dealing with the U.-S.
relationship with France.
One is the U; and the other is the State Department.
The State Department, for its part, is working closely with the French as well.
And, of course, the French also have a strong relationship with the United Kingdom.
So I want everyone to understand, that the U .
S. and the U-.
K. have a lot in common.
And this is the relationship that I am going to try to get the United states to understand very clearly as we look at the Paris and