"I have gotten to a point where if the president makes a national security decision that's not a disaster, I am grateful for it. But that does not mean he is making national security decisions that are good for the country or will be successful."

Congressman Thornberry on Obama's decision to leave more troops in Afghanistan

Congressman Mac Thornberry (R ) TX, Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, joined Kilmeade & Friends in studio to discuss President Obama's decision to keep the current troop level of 9,800 in Afghanistan through most of 2016, Russia and others filling the leadership vacuum in the Middle -East because of American weakness, President Obama threatening to veto the National Defense Authorization Act of 2016, whether Paul Ryan will run for Speaker of the House and whether he feels the Benghazi select Committee is nothing more than a partisan attack against Hillary Clinton.

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