Keeping America Safe
Congressman Sherman on CNN Discussing Terrorism and US Foreign Policy in the Middle East
Congressman Sherman on MSNBC discussing threats to LAUSD
Congressman Sherman on CBS Discussing the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Congressman Sherman Discusses The Combat Terrorist Use of Social Media Act
Congressman Sherman Opposes Republican Refugee Bill on House Floor
Congressman Brad Sherman discusses Syrian refugee crisis in Foreign Affairs Committee
Congressman Sherman on MSNBC Discussing Syrian Refugee Crisis
Congressman Sherman on MSNBC discussing combating ISIS
Congressman Sherman on CNN Discussing Russia-Turkey Conflict and Combating ISIS
Congressman Sherman Discusses ISIS's War on Religious Minorities
Congressman Sherman Discusses U.S. Efforts to Stop the Financing of Terror
Congressman Sherman on CBS Discussing Ways to Combat Terrorist Propaganda on Social Media
Congressman Sherman Hearing on ISIS and the Threat from Foreign Fighters
Congressman Sherman on MSNBC Discusses Terrorism in Nigeria, France, and Threats to US
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Washington, D.C. – Following the President’s comments that if North Korea continues to threaten the U.S. then it will be “met with fire and fury like the world has never seen before,” and Defense Secretary James Mattis’ warning that if its aggression continues the regime could face the “destruction of its people,” Ranking Member Sherman of the Asia Pacific Subcommittee Brad Sherman released the following statement:
Washington DC –After reading the 28 classified pages of the 9/11 report, Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA), a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, called for their public disclosure and for direct answers to questions raised in the report. Sherman will join with his colleagues in sponsoring a resolution that would call on the administration to declassify this chapter of the report.