Cost of fighting ISIS | Capital Insider | WJLA.com

Prior to the start of airstrikes in Syria and Iraq the Pentagon had been trying to make budget cuts to help cut costs. Now, the expense of the fight against ISIS could fall on the shoulders of tax payers.

Steve Ellis, vice president of the non-partisan Taxpayers for Common Sense, discussed the costs with Capital Insider.

via Cost of fighting ISIS | Capital Insider | WJLA.com.