Sen. John McCain slammed President Barack Obama on Monday over his comments that U.S. intelligence underestimated ISIS.
McCain countered Obama's assertions made on CBS' "60 Minutes," saying that ISIS' expansion in Syria and Iraq was tied to the President's decision not to leave a residual U.S. military force in Iraq and his refusal to arm moderate Syrian rebels last year despite urgings from his national security advisers.
"We predicted this and watched it," McCain said on CNN's "New Day." "It was like watching a train wreck and warning every step of the way that this was happening."
In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a police officer goes above and beyond for a pair of young boys. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Officer Joseph Bolland from Virginia was on patrol in a neighborhood when he spotted a pair of kids who looked like they could use a buddy.
The boys were using a balled up sock to play catch.
Officer Bolland wasn't having it, so with his own money he bought them a proper ball, action figures, and even a costume police hat.
He said the kids' reaction means everything to him.
“Just to see their eyes light up was incredible. It was probably my greatest moment as a police officer.”
See the full story at CNN affiliate WRIC.
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Kessler emphasizes the danger saying "the agents I talked to say it’s a miracle that there has not been an assassination so far."
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