"We are not where we should be at this point," said the former CIA director.
The bill from the 2016 contender would expedite weapon transfers to Jordan.
Rep. Martha McSally blasted the Obama administration's approach.
The U.S. hoped to have more than three times as many trainees by now.
The administration just announced the deployment of 450 more troops to Iraq.
Rep. Seth Moulton opposes the decision to send 450 more troops to Iraq.
President Obama is urging the Iraqi government to speed up its recruitment efforts.
Friday's estimate was the first time a military official has offered a casualty count.
Only half of the shipment was provided to Baghdad.
The plan is a shift from only supplying tribal groups through the government in Baghdad.
The administration is sticking by its plan to train Iraqi forces, despite Ramadi's fall.
The Pentagon doubled down on Secretary Carter's criticism of Iraqi forces.
The announcement represents an increased role for NATO.
The White House should allow U.S. troops to embed with Iraqi forces, she said.
The Pentagon said there were a "handful" of Shiite militia being kept apart from U.S. troops.
Rep. Adam Smith said it might be time to start arming Kurdish and Sunni forces directly.
Both Democrats and Republicans have disagreements with the president's strategy.
President Obama is searching for a “complete strategy” to combat ISIS.
The effort comes 10 months after the start of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq.
The British foreign secretary says the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State in Iraq and...
The fine-tuning comes after an embarrassing rout at Ramadi.
Rep. Duncan Hunter wants the Pentagon to directly provide weapons to vetted fighters.
The United States and Iraq are engaged in a heated blame game over the fall of Ramadi.
The decision comes amid ISIS gains in Iraq.