Obama plan on ISIS could aim at long-term strategy
The President is meeting with congressional leaders Tuesday to discuss how to respond to the rise of Islamic militants. A New York Times reporter outlines a possible strategy.
President Obama is meeting with congressional leaders at the White House Tuesday to discuss how to respond to the rise of Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria, the group that calls itself the Islamic State, or ISIS.
This comes ahead of Obama’s much-anticipated speech Wednesday on the issue.
For more, Take Two is joined by Eric Schmitt, reporter with the New York Times. His latest reporting outlines a long-term strategy that the Obama Administration is considering.