VIDEO----> Obama on ISIS Fight: 'We Don't Yet Have a Complete Strategy'

"We're reviewing a range of plans"  Obama says at a presser at the G7 in Germany

Take your time, ISIS is 70 miles outside of Baghdad


10 months since the start of the American-led intervention against ISIS in Iraq, President Obama said today that the United States does not have a "complete strategy" to defeat ISIS and stem the group's rise in Syria and Iraq.

"We don't yet have a complete strategy," Obama said at the G7 summit of world leaders in Germany. "The details of that are not yet worked out."

Obama said he will announce a proposal for escalating the speed and scale of the training of Iraqi forces "when a finalized plan is presented to me by the Pentagon." He said the Iraqis still have to make commitments to make the strategy complete.