Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu sounded off on tonight's "On The Record" about President Barack Obama stating that his administration is still working on a "complete strategy" to combat ISIS in Iraq.

"When a finalized plan is presented to me by the Pentagon, then I will share it with the American people," Obama said while speaking at the G7 economic summit. "We don't yet have a complete strategy because it requires commitments on the part of the Iraqis..."

Sununu said that Obama "threw the Pentagon under the bus."

"He has received ... from the folks at the Pentagon many strategies and he has rejected them," Sununu said. "This is a president that thinks that his beautiful rhetoric can overcome the mistakes he makes by bad actions or inactions. He believes in noise, not performance."

Sununu said that ISIS is not going to go away and that this is a real problem.  

"This president is unwilling to accept the responsibility America has as the only superpower in the world to help stabilize things," he stated.

Watch the video above.


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