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ValerieJarrett, a senior advisor to President Barack Obama, will join two other prominent African Americans with personal connections to Dunbar Senior High School for a talk about their lives, legacy and ties to the Dunbar community.
Iranian-born Communist sympathizer ValerieJarrett, Barrack Obama's Senior Adviser, spoke recently during a forum at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, in which she implied members of the TEA Party needed simple instructions
During an interview with Huffington Post Live, President Obama’s senior adviser ValerieJarrett pushed back against the idea that Eric Holder might step down as attorney general.
“That’s definitely not the case. I think that one of the things you learn in this business is, don’t listen to rumors,” Jarrett said bluntly. “You can take it from me — obviously I know the president pretty well, I know the attorney general pretty well, and he will be in his position for quite a while.”
Jarrett added that Holder had the “full confidence and respect” of the president.
According to a former Obama official, Jarrett has always been Holder’s “protector” inside the White House as the two are close friends.
RUSH: If this is true, this really, really is a bombshell... If this is true, it would certainly explain, ladies and gentlemen, all of the serial lies and the cover-ups and the obfuscation and all of the efforts that were made to distract people's attention from this. Somebody had to give the order, and Obama was off the grid. That has always, to me, been one of the most interesting aspects of Benghazi.
Host: So many businessmen and others have said that the message has become one of class warfare, attacking the rich, attacking people who make a profit, people who make jobs. Why is that that tone has been set that people believe that this is a class war?
ValerieJarrett: Well, they may be watching one particular network.