Iraqi Government, Kurds Differ On ISIS Fight

Mideast Iraq
There seems to be a bit of a disagreement on who wants who to fight where when it comes to ISIS. Iraq’s new Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says that he does not want Arab nations joining the U.S. airstrikes, even though he says Western air power had “filled many gaps” in Iraq’s fight against ISIS.

And, he doesn’t want boots on the ground. Kurdish fighters, they’re the ones actually doing the grunt work up north, say they need more help if this strategy is going to work.

ABC News correspondent Cheri Preston joins us from London.

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