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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Sorry, Democrats: Obama Is More Responsible For ISIS Than Trump


By Forbes, Feb. 16, 2017

ISIS has grown enormously over the last four years. The standard line on the Left is that Donald Trump’s pre-inauguration words and now his actions are recruiting fodder for ISIS. That refrain of the Democrats is dubious – but if it holds any salt at all, then the Democrats are currently helping ISIS recruit.

President George W. Bush, at the end of his Presidency, warned America of the risk of withdrawing precipitously from Iraq.  Nevertheless, the United States military forces, under the direction of then President Obama, quickly started a withdrawal from Iraq that was completed in 2011. Not coincidentally, by April of 2013, the Islamic State of Iraq had united with al-Nusra Front to form Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).


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