Former deputy director of the CIA Mike Morell warned Sunday that “over the long term — two and a half, three years — we need to worry about a 9/11-style attack by ISIS.”
Appearing Sunday on CBS’ “Face The Nation,” Morell broke down the radical Islamic terror group’s short and long-term threats to the United States.
“I think there’s three things we have to worry about,” he said. “Two are short-term, one is long-term.”
“The two short-term pieces are number one: will they inspire somebody here to conduct an attack?” Morell asked. “The second is that there are a number of Americans, a number of Canadians and a number of West Europeans who went to Syria to join ISIS to fight with them. Any one of those could be directed back to the United States to conduct a small-scale attack.”
“Over the long-term — two and a half, three years — we need to worry about a 9/11 style attack by ISIS,” the former deputy intelligence director cautioned.
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