White House: We Should Have Sent Top Official to Paris

Washington admitted Monday it erred in not sending a top official to attend a solidarity rally in France following last week's terror attacks in Paris. At a news conference, White House spokesman Josh Earnest backpedaled on the decision to have U.S. Ambassador to France Jane Hartley and the State Department's top diplomat for Europe, Victoria Nuland, as the highest-ranking American officials to join scores of world leaders Sunday alongside French President Francois Hollande. READ MORE OF THIS STORY


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