President Obama is expected to outline to the nation his administration’s plans for fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, who he sees as an eventual threat to the United States.
Over the weekend, the president authorized a series of airstrikes against Islamic militants in western Iraq to protect vital dams. And on Saturday, President Obama announced his plans to put off executive action on immigration until after the midterm elections, citing the surge of undocumented children who flooded the U.S. border with Mexico this summer as a major reason for the delay.
ABC’s Ann Compton joined us.
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