Obama: US stands with Kenya
President Barack Obama made remarks about the attack in Kenya.
Welcome back we'd like to play for you the comment made just moments ago by president Obama, his first on the attack happening in Kenya. He's with the president of Nigeria in New York city for the United Nations General Assembly. Let's play that remark from president Obama.
Make one last point. I've had the opportunity to speak with the president Kenya directly about the terrible tragedy that's happened in Nairobi. We're providing all of the cooperation that we can as we deal about this situation that has captivated the world. I want to express personally my condolences to not only the president who lost family members in the attack but to the Kenyan people. We stand with them against this terrible outbreak that occurred. We'll provide them whatever law enforcement support that is necessary and we're confident that Kenya, which has been a pillar of stability in Eastern Africa, will rebuild. But this I think underscores the degree to which all of us as international community have to stand against the kind of senseless violence that this kind of group represent. And the United States we will continue to work with the entire continent of Africa and around the world to make sure that we are dismantling this network of destruction.