SEAN HANNITY: Now, this is an offshoot, sort of like you have these loosely affiliated terror groups. This is said to be most extreme, the most brutal. Meaning what? Do we have -- is this guy in the end going to try to be more brutal than bin Laden?
LT. COL. RALPH PETERS: Well, he already is. Bin Laden, even though he's a horrible terrorist who attacked America and the twin towers, he had his own code. There were things he would not do to fellow Muslims, at least not en masse. Whereas Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, his group now known only as the Islamic state -- and the name change is important -- they are so brutal that about a year ago al Qaeda broke ties with them because of their savage behavior towards fellow Muslims. Now, al Qaeda -- it looks like they are cozying up because everybody likes a winner. But while our intelligence community warned these guys were coming, the Obama administration was determined to see no evil. As a result of which President Obama's legacy is shaping up to be not just a new caliphate, which is an important thing to devout Muslims, but a terror state in the heart of the Middle East. Thank you, Mr. President.