White House ISIS Politics Facing Criticism

President Obama’s deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said on Sunday that the Administration will still accept 10,000 Syrian refugees into the U.S., even as Republicans continue to rail against the president’s plan in the wake of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.

Rhodes said the president will not give pause to his proposal, which he announced in September as America faced growing pressure to do something about the flood of refugees —displaced by civil war and ISIS related violence — who have been fleeing to Europe and other regions.

Also facing renewed criticism in the wake of the Paris attacks, current policy in combating ISIS.