OBAMA ‘REGROUPING’ THE FIGHT AGAINST ISIS: Not Only Overseas but Also in Our Homeland

Screen Shot 2015-12-14 at 9.09.50 AMHhhmmm… and who’s policies might be to blame for the influx of these militants running around our nation?

As the war against the Islamic State spreads across the globe, the Obama administration is continually reassessing its strategy to fight ISIS, not only against trained extremists on the battlefields of Syria and Iraq, but also in the homeland against radicalized followers.

President Obama this morning chairs a National Security Council meeting on the counter-ISIS campaign at the Pentagon, where he is expected to receive an update from his national security team and discuss ways to “further enhance” the U.S.-led coalition’s campaign to degrade and destroy ISIS, according to the White House.

After the meeting, the president will deliver a statement from the Pentagon briefing room.

Obama most recently visited the Pentagon July 6 for a similarly rare huddle after he was widely criticized at the time for admitting the United States did not yet have a plan to defeat ISIS. He later outlined a strategy, step-by-step, that he predicted would be a winning approach over time.

Read more: abcnews.com

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