Carl Levin on Obama’s ISIS Plan: ‘I Don’t Think There’s a Plan B’

‘I don’t think there’s a plan B that has come to anyone’s mind’

Sen. Carl Levin: 'I Don't Think There's a Plan B' (CNS News)

( - Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), chairman of the Armed Services Committee, said on Thursday he's not aware of any alternatives to the anti-ISIS plan presented by President Obama.

"The focus has got to be right now on fleshing out Plan A. You know, I don't think there's a plan B that has come to anyone's mind, because if there were a better plan than this one, I think people would have proposed it. I haven't heard too many alternatives to this plan. I've heard a lot of criticism, but Ii haven't heard of many alternatives," Levin told the Council on Foreign Relations Thursday.

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