Former CIA Director James Woolsey on Manchester Attack: You Have To Fight Them, Being Nice Won’t Work!

On Edge! The man British police say blew himself up as a packed concert was letting out in Manchester, England, Monday night is believed to have traveled to Syria and had "proven" links with the Islamic State terror network. British and French intelligence have information that Salman Abedi, 22, had been to Syria, although it was unclear if he was part of a larger network of attackers, French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said Wednesday. Collomb spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May and said the two countries should continue cooperating closely on counterterrorism efforts despite Britain's pending exit from the European Union. It also was reported the attacker had recently returned to the U.K. from Libya days before the attack, according to his friends.

Gibson talks to Former Director of the CIA James Woolsey