Politics & Government

June 5, 2014 11:26 AM

Obama: No apologies for Bergdahl

President Barack Obama on Thursday defended his administration’s handling of the prisoner exchange with the Taliban, saying he makes “absolutely no apologies for making sure that we get back a young man to his parents.”

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