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Fiorina: Obama’s ISIS comments disheartening

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The Paris attacks have refocused the 2016 campaign on national security. Several Republican candidates have criticized the President’s handling of the war against ISIS. GOP candidate Carly Fiorina joins MSNBC’s Kate Snow and comments on President Barack Obama’s recent statement regarding ISIS. She also shares her strategy on how she would defeat ISIS if elected as President.