Schmitt speaks in the Kennedy Center on the BYU campus about combatting terrorist threats (Courtesy of BYU Kennedy Center)
New York Times senior writer Eric Schmitt visited the BYU campus in October to discuss various terrorist threats facing America today, urging students to be prepared.
“We are living in a more dangerous time than we did in 9/11,” he said.
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