FBI: ISIS subway threat isn’t credible

Pres. Obama had no comment about the new warning

(NBC News) – The FBI and other security agencies are denying there’s a credible threat that ISIS is specifically plotting to attack in the United States or Europe following a warning about a planned attack from Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi.

On the move at the United Nations Thursday, President Obama had no comment about the new warning that ISIS plans an attack on the U.S. homeland.

Iraq’s new prime minister caused the stir, claiming captured ISIS fighters told Iraqi intelligence the group had a plot to attack somewhere in the United States and to attack Paris subways.

U.S. intelligence estimates about a dozen ISIS fighters with American passports have returned to the U.S., and the FBI admits it’s hard to track ISIS intentions.

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