WATCH: Does Obama Really Think Paris Terror Attack Was 'Random?'

Associated Press reporter grilled State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki over whether or not the Kosher market attack in Paris last month was motivated by anti-Semitism or religious ideology.

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French police stand guard outside the shuttered Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket, January 10, 2015
The Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket, January 10, 2015.Credit: AP

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Matt Lee: Yesterday, the president in his news conference raised some eyebrows by saying victims of the shooting in Paris at a kosher deli were "random." The White House apparently said something similar today. Does the administration really believe these people were not singled out because they were of a particular faith.

Jen Psaki: Well, if I remember the victims, specifically, they were not all victims of one background or nationality, so I think what they mean by that is don't know if they spoke to the targeting of the grocery store but the individuals who were impacted.