U.S. response to ISIS after the Paris attacks and the possibility of war

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During the G20 summit in Turkey, President Barack Obama said the U.S. will not increase military presence on the ground to combat terrorist organizations.

But what does that declaration mean and will America be involved in France’s declaration of war? There are already new threats from ISIS, saying their next target is Washington D.C.

Roan Carey, managing editor of “The Nation,” and Jeanne Zaino, political science professor at Iona College, talked about the possibility of U.S. going into war amid the Paris attacks.

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