President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks about attacks in Paris from the briefing room of the White House, Nov. 13, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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The U.S. strategy against ISIS came under growing fire in Washington Sunday with one prominent Democrat calling it a failure that could lead to more attacks by the extremists like those in Paris.President Barack Obama and top advisers vowed to stand by France and said they would intensify military coordination and intelligence sharing in the wake of the attacks Friday night, which left at least 132 dead in the French capital and were claimed by ISIS.The United States and its allies have been conducting airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria for more than a year, while also picking off its leaders one by one in drone attacks.Schiff raised the specter of ISIS hitting the U.S. homeland for the first time.Neither Schiff nor Obama's Republican critics have offered detailed specifics on how U.S. strategy should change and there has been little public support in the United States for deploying U.S. ground troops in war-ravaged Syria, where ISIS has its de facto capital.
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