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President Obama speaks on Libya consulate attack

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President Obama speaks about the attack on the US consulate in Libya on Sept. 12, 2012. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accompanied Obama for the statement.

Thank you for joining us here for this earlier live event. Archive video of Obama's remarks are below.

Will be updated.

President Obama spoke this morning about the events in Libya that left the US Ambassador to Libya dead along with three other Americans.

Obama is condemning in the "strongest possible terms" the attack on the U.S. consulate.

Obama on Wednesday said the U.S. will work with the Libyan government to bring the perpetrators of the attack to justice. He says "no acts of terror" will shake America's resolve.

Obama said the U.S. rejects any efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, but says there is "absolutely no justification" for violent attacks.

Here is a full recorded version of Obama's remarks this morning:

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