ABC's Jake Tapper has his remarks, from the University of Louisville:
"You may remember that all this began when a fruit vendor in Tunisia," -- protesting that nation's "corrupt government and stagnant economy -- literally set himself on fire," the vice president said, "and in doing so ignited the passions of millions and millions of people throughout that region. Word spread across national boundaries and movements emerged, led by people no older than some of the students in this room, using some of the same social media tools that the students in this room, many of you, use."Read the full story at ABC.
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