Joint Chiefs Chairman: Russian Involvement in ISIS Fight 'Could Complicate Things'

The outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Martin Dempsey, discusses recent reports of Russian intervention in Syria with ABC News' Martha Raddatz.
0:58 | 09/03/15

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We've heard reports that Russia is. Possibly getting in all of in Syria in a way like sending taking an air field sending in airplanes to back up its operation and you know he's. Well I mean I've read the same reports. We we have seen them in the past. Send transport aircraft and Syria. They've expressed a deserved former counter is so. Coalition themselves. You know that than what they do I mean if they if they occupy an airfield and conductor train and equip program for the Syrian regime that's one thing. If they actually participate in the campaign against what they. Believed to be is so it could complicate things I don't think they would be is discriminating among groups is maybe we would mean. You know there's a so there's probably 4561015. Groups and if they're all declared to be anti regime and then. The weight of this effort would be thrown against them then I think that's problem.

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