President Obama

This Wednesday, President Barack Obama will address the nation and detail “what our game plan is going forward,” in the fight against terrorist group ISIS. The President is confident that with aide from regional partners we will be able to eliminate the terror organization. Actions are said to include military, diplomatic, and economic components. See more below!

After realizing that the ISIS terrorist group is not a rookie President Obama is certain to take the offense. While his plan will not include the announcement of involving U.S. ground troops taking lead it will lay out further steps in the plan to eradicate the organization.

“We don’t have the resources” to “occupy” numerous countries, he said, so a more “sustainable strategy … means the boots on the ground have to be Iraqi.”

Politicians that once deemed President Obama timid in regards to the threat are now rallying together as it is clear that an attack will be carried out.

“I want to congratulate the President. He is now on offense,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein, chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Even after the two public decapitations of American journalists The President maintains that ISIS is not an immediate threat to the U.S. but could eventually pose a “serious threat to the homeland” if it is able to continue to expand its control.

In a statement from President Obama he says:

“What I want people to understand is that over the course of months, we are going to be able to not just blunt the momentum of (ISIS), we are going to systematically degrade their capabilities, we’re going to shrink the territory that they control and ultimately, we’re going to defeat them.”

The address will take place one day before the 13th anniversary of September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to help the public understand the administration’s plan.


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Zevenia Shari