O'Reilly: Obama is Unwilling to 'Lead in a War On Terror'
President Obama isn't leading the war on terror because he doesn't want to, Bill O’Reilly said in his Talking Points Memo tonight.
At least 31 governors have now come out in opposition to the U.S. continuing to accept Syrian refugees.
But “the argument should be moot,” said O’Reilly.
He reiterated his position that NATO should “declare war on ISIS,” saying that in addition to confronting the group militarily, "the 28 NATO nations would be providing ‘safe zones’ for civilians at risk.”
“If Syrians in danger are protected by NATO forces on the ground, there’s no reason for them to go to Turkey, Europe, or America,” he said.
But O’Reilly, who called the president’s policy “one of disengagement,” said Obama “does not have the will to lead in a war on terror.”
Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.