President Barrack Obama bids Congress’ approval of deploying the Nation’s military to help fight the ISIL

January 21, 2015 7:53 AM

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In the sixth State of the Union, US President, Barrack Obama, vowed to track terrorists down from Pakistan to Paris. He urged the Congress to authorize the use of new war powers to fight the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). He believes that although the U.S. military leadership in Syria and Iraq is helping put a stop to the advancement of the ISIL, but it is time to unite the nations under the mission.

President Obama bid the Congress to approve a new AUMF that explicitly endorsed renewed efforts to fight the ISIL. Republican lawmakers have agreed to work with him to approve the step, but they urged Obama to send a proposal up to Capitol Hill. However, he did not say anything as to when he hoped t...

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