Time: 9:19 p.m. CEST
President Barack Obama addressed in Atlanta the disabled veterans of America during the 95th National Convention of Disabled American Veterans. Obama said the U.S. reduces the number of homeless veterans and their unemployment.
Obama called the American companies to hire veterans and announced that in September it will review with first lady Michelle Obama where the nation is standing with the veterans.
“We all have to keep building this country together. We have to keep united as one team, as one people, as one nation. That is you have thought us. You are example that disabled veterans of America know what it means to be one team. We draw inspiration from you. I am thankful what you have done for this country. I am thankful, I had an opportunity to work with you,” Obama said to gathered veterans at the convention.
Obama said, “We have now reduce the number of homeless veterans by 47%, nearly half. We took tens of thousands veterans of the streets, but we are not slowing down. We are going to keep up the momentum.”
Obama said the activities would not stop until every veteran who have fought for America have a home in America. “This is something we got get done,” Obama said.