Obama: U.S. will assist those who oppose 'violent extremism'

Aired: 1/20/2015 | 0:08:30 | Clip
Saying his "first duty as Commander-in-Chief is to defend the United States of America," President Barack Obama told the nation and the world that his country "reserves the right to act unilaterally" to thwart terrorists. He also applauded a thaw in U.S.-Cuba relations, chastised Russia's aggression against the Ukraine and encouraged Congress to pass legislation that improves cybersecurity.