Programming Note: Former Vice President Dick Cheney sits down with Sean Hannity to give his take on the latest military action in Syria. Don't miss a "Hannity" exclusive, Wednesday at 10p ET.


President Obama is scheduled to address the United Nations today on climate change. But with last night's airstrikes in Syria, will he change some of his address?

Laura Ingraham believes the president, deep down, is more concerned about climate change than about the threat from ISIS.

"I believe in his heart of hearts, Barack Obama does see climate change as probably a bigger threat to the homeland than ISIS. Most of the left does. It's an existential threat, right?" Ingraham said.

The president will deliver a statement on ISIS from the White House before heading to New York.

Ingraham also raised serious questions about what kind of help we're getting against ISIS from Arab allies like Saudi Arabia and Qatar. She pointed out that both countries have ties to terror organizations.

"I'd like to know what they're doing," said Ingraham, adding that at some point the American people are going to want to know whether "it's all on the backs of American taxpayers."

The Obama administration has said the airstrikes were carried out by the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates.

Watch her full analysis above.