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(CNN) – President Obama announced his new, escalated plan to defeat ISIS Wednesday.
Today, the President is facing criticism from both sides of the aisle, many pushing for a more specific plan, others calling the proposal too weak to work.
And why can't the U.S. get the Saudis, the U.A.E., Qatar, Kuwait, or Jordan – nations that are much more directly threatened by ISIS – to contribute to this fight?
The Weekly Standard's William Kristol, the Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg, and Rep. Barbara Lee, D-California, discuss in the video above.