Jan 14 2016

U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis, meanwhile, said the nation's economy "has failed to fully rebound following the global recession of 2008." He also criticized Obama's response to the terrorist organization ISIS.
Meadows and Tillis, R-N.C., called on Obama to work with Congress and move more decisively to deal with ISIS.
Tillis said Obama "needs to formulate a clear and decisive strategy to completely defeat ISIS and secure our homeland."
In Washington, Tillis said: "The president has a choice to make. He can finally engage with Congress and work to find common ground, or he can continue to side-step Congress and the American people by implementing executive actions that divide rather than unite.  I hope the president will choose the path of collaboration and bipartisanship."

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