McCain on ISIS Strategy: 'I'm Very Worried About Half-Measures'
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was on “Hannity” tonight following President Barack Obama’s address on his ISIS strategy.
"Obama says America is safer, I don't know anyone who agrees with that,” he said.
MCain said that ISIS is larger than the state of Indiana and that there is no comparison between ISIS and Yemen and Somalia, which Obama referenced in his address.
McCain said that all the U.S. had to do was leave a residual force behind in Iraq, but we didn’t “and the rest is history.”
McCain said, “I’m very worried about half-measures […] the status quo is unacceptable.”
Of ISIS, he cautioned, “They’re gonna attack the United States of America.”
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