Obama reassures US on terror threat as 'fiancee visas' reviewed

President Barack Obama sought Thursday to reassure Americans they face no “credible” terror threat, as US authorities began a review of the visa system that let one of the San Bernardino shooters into the country. It was the third time in 10 days that Obama addressed America’s counter-terrorism efforts in the wake of the mass shooting in California that is being investigated as a terror attack. “As I indicated in my address to the nation last week, we are in a new phase of terrorism including lone actors and small groups of terrorists like those in San Bernardino.

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