The president defended his strategy day's after the group captured Ramadi.
“No, I don’t think we’re losing,” Obama said in an interview.
“I would have gotten rid of the problem of Saddam Hussein some other way,” he told The Hill.
"I don't think the Iraqi militias can do it," said Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.).
There is only one sheriff in town, and that sheriff better put on his badge.
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Cardin said it was “a stretch” to even say that the committee was in the beginning stages.
The likely 2016 contender said he wouldn't get into "hypotheticals."
Bush said he would have ordered the invasion of Iraq knowing what he knows now.
Rebels are struggling to grab as much ground as possible before a U.N.-imposed cease-fire.
Iraq's leader is critical of the Saudi offensive backed by the United States.
Reps. Moulton (D-Mass.) and Russell (R-Okla.) want a "political strategy" to stabilize Iraq.
The Democratic leader says the ball is in Congress's court.
What is frightening is another Bush presidency that leads to more counterinsurgency wars.
“This administration doesn’t have a strategy,” the potential GOP presidential candidate said.
The decision follows the fall of the Iraqi city of Ramadi.
The fall of Ramadi represented the biggest military gain for ISIS this year.
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Jeb's issues are unnerving some congressional Republicans about his campaign.
Both Republicans said that, in hindsight, they would not have authorized the war.
Bush declared that he, too, would have invaded Iraq in 2003 if he had been president.
Bush said he had no disagreement with his brother over the controversial war.
The deputy had been working with ISIS.
If the US plays its cards right, it can stabilize the region and correct earlier mistakes.