On Friday’s broadcast of ABC’s “Good Morning America,” network senior foreign affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz acknowledged that President Barack Obama’s Thursday remarks about his administration lacking a strategy to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria was “stark admission” and creating was she called “concern.”
“A stark admission, since the threat of ISIS has increased at an astonishing rate in the last year, seizing large swaths of territory in Iraq while establishing a safe haven in Syria,” Raddatz said.
“That is creating a lot of concern given that ISIS has been gaining strength for years,” she later added.
(h/t RNC Research)
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