Nov 16, 2015

Obama rules out U.S. troops on ground to fight Islamic State | Reuters

President Barack Obama ruled out a shift in strategy in the fight against Islamic State on Monday despite the deadly attacks in Paris, saying putting more U.S. troops on the ground as sought by his political critics "would be a mistake."

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