President Obama voiced optimism Monday that the Islamic State would be driven out of Iraq, despite setbacks that have raised doubts about his policy. But he said the effort will take time and an inclusive government in Baghdad. Obama said the U.S. will continue to ramp up training and assistance to Iraqi troops so they can carry out offensive, not just defensive, operations. Obama said at the end of a meeting in Germany with Iraq's Prime Minister, "We have seen successes but we have also seen setbacks." Obama added: "ISIL is going to be driven out of Iraq and ultimately it is going to be defeated." Obama is in Germany for a summit of G-7 Nations.
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