Reaction to Obama’s statement on death of Michael Brown reserved

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Many were infuriated that President Obama issued a statement on the death of Robin Williams just hours after news broke of the actor’s death, and yet stayed silent on the death of Missouri teen Michael Brown. It took a bit longer, but the president did release a statement on the passing of Michael Brown Tuesday afternoon.!/JimAcostaCNN/status/499292431083663360!/politicoroger/status/499293250524827648!/AprilDRyan/status/499301898571505665

Many praised the Robin Williams statement, but reaction to the Michael Brown statement was more reserved.!/DreQJones/status/499302403674341376!/ChrisleneDeJean/status/499304263986999296!/Vivaciously_Val/status/499294162366496768!/jfmny/status/499294003519832064

@russd2357 Here's your statement. Is it all that you hoped for?
POTUS said, "We're looking into it So STOP Rioting!"…— Against Gov Coercion (@DPRFOZ) August 12, 2014!/toddstarnes/status/499305986684125186!/KUJOKZA/status/499301898348814336!/Art_E_Miss_/status/499301961124962304!/radicallatina/status/499302940394655745!/joebayer/status/499303233966604289!/LifeandDimSum/status/499305132203708416







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