WATCH: President Obama’s Oval Office Address on Terrorism

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President Barack Obama will address the nation from the Oval Office on Sunday night. (Getty)

President Barack Obama delivered a rare Oval Office address Sunday night, discussing terror threats to the United States in the aftermath of the San Bernardino, California, shooting that claimed 14 lives.

The president is addressed the nation at 8 p.m. ET. Watch the full video below:

The President Addresses the Nation on Keeping the American People SafePresident Obama delivered remarks from the Oval Office on the U.S. counter-terrorism strategy both at home and abroad. December 6, 2015.2015-12-07T02:07:49Z

This is just the third time during his administration that the president will address the nation from the Oval Office . White House officials say the president will provide an update on the investigation into the San Bernardino shootings, which Federal authorities have said are being looked at as an act of terrorism.

The prior two Oval Office addresses occurred in 2010, discussing the end of U.S. operations in Iraq, and the Gulf oil spill. The president has also delivered two other prime time speeches from the White House.

You can read the full text of Obama’s speech at the link below:

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