On Wednesday’s broadcast on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” Fox News strategic analyst former U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Ralph Peters explained to host Bill O’Reilly why he viewed President Barack Obama’s strategy against ISIS, mainly comprised of airstrikes, to be lacking.
According to Peters, much of it has to do with who is advising Obama and he suggested “lawyers” were guiding the president in his decision-making process.
“The president has decided to take advice from his civilian advisors with no military experience, rather than from serious military planners,” Peters said.
“You cannot possibly defeat the Islamic State with these airstrikes controlled by lawyers,” he added.
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