Dec 07, 2015

Richard Engel Not Impressed With Obama's ISIS Strategy | The Daily Caller

Respected MSNBC foreign correspondent Richard Engel isn't particularly impressed with President Barack Obama's plan to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Obama reiterated his four-point

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