Homeland Security Chair Warns Of Domestic Terror Threat

Nearly a year after the attack on a Mohammed cartoon contest in Texas, the first domestic terror incident for which ISIS claimed responsibility, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee has released a book detailing his concerns that the United States remains in the cross hairs of extremist forces from outside the country and from within.

Rep. Mike McCaul (R-TX), author of Failures of Imagination, acknowledges that the threat level is higher in Europe but that coordinated attacks can’t be ruled out as a possibility in this country.

ABC’s Jim Ryan joined us from Dallas.