WFB: Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) continued to be a thorn in the White House’s side on the issue of fighting Islamic State, saying Sunday on CBS that the Obama administration’s approach is not “sufficient to the job.”
Face The Nation host John Dickerson asked whether her earlier concerns about the administration’s strategy had been alleviated by a briefing from Secretary of State John Kerry.
“No, I don’t think the approach is sufficient to the job,“ Feinstein said on Face The Nation. “I think their general principles and their general principles in terms of the administration’s strategy, too, but I’m concerned that we don’t have the time, and we don’t have years. We need to be aggressive now, because ISIL is a quasi-state.”