US Lawmakers Speak Out on Iraq Conflict, Offer Few Concrete Ideas

June 17, 2014 07:26 PM
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Swift gains by radical Sunni militants in Iraq are provoking widespread concerns among U.S. lawmakers of both major political parties. But few are going on record as to what the United States should do in response. As VOA Senate correspondent Michael Bowman reports, Iraq's deteriorating security situation comes at a time when Americans show little enthusiasm for U.S. military re-engagement in the country.