Obama Defends Anti-ISIS Strategy, Says It Just Needs To Be Intensified

By Greg RobbMarketWatch Pulse

President Barack Obama on Monday defended the U.S. strategy to defeat ISIS, saying it needed to be intensified not altered. In a press conference at the end of the Group of 20 meeting in Turkey, Obama said the strategy will work but will take time. Obama said it would be a mistake to put large numbers of U.S. ground troops in Syria and Iraq. Obama said the G-20 has agreed to new steps to stem the flow of foreign fighters in and out of the region.

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