What we need and what the world needs is American leadership and a commitment from the White House to root out and annihilate ISIS where it lives and breathes.
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We cant lose sight of the heart of the problem: a lack of any coherent plan to defeat ISIS
and a foreign policy missing direction and leadership from the Commander-in-Chief
the President of the United States" said Senator John Cornyn on the Senate floor
highlighting the foreign policy failures of the Obama Administration and how they have contributed to the continued instability in the Middle East as well as threats to the American homeland
Contrary to the narrative that the White House is selling Director Brennan called ISIS
a quote formidable adversary thats building a global terror network and he stressed that Libya in particular is a growing hotbed of Islamic extremism.
Its become even more clear that not even those in the Obama Administration are on board
with his shortsighted and reckless policies.
How did we get here? President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed in their efforts to stabilize the country after toppling Qaddafi.
What we need and what the world needs is American leadership and a commitment from the White House to root out and annihilate ISIS where it lives and breathes."
There is a direct relationship between the battlefield in Iraq and Syria and our neighborhoods and communities here in America. What happens there matters here."
If the President wont act decisively against our adversaries abroad Congress must do all we can do to guard against the enemy here at home. Passing appropriations bills that provide the resources for federal state and local law enforcement are part of our
responsibility to make sure that our first responders and law enforcement community have the resources they need and I hope we get that done soon."
Sen. Cornyn serves on the Senate Finance and the Senate Judiciary Committees. He also serves as Senate Majority Whip the 2nd-highest ranking position in the Senate Republican Conference.