President Trump is ordering the Joint Chiefs of Staff to develop a plan within 30 days for how to defeat the Islamic State, and he wants the world to know that obliterating the terrorist army is a top priority for the U.S. said a senior administration official."It's a very nice and attractive day, it's the day that we're getting rid of these horrific and barbaric images". "The Plan shall include... identification of new coalition partners in the fight against ISIS and policies to empower coalition partners to fight ISIS and its affiliates", Trump said in a memorandum.Last week, General Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he would present Mattis with options to "accelerate the campaign" against IS.
Trump had spoken about implementing a new plan to defeat the Islamic State, also called ISIS, at a campaign appearance in North Carolina in September.
On the campaign trial, Trump frequently warned of the spread of ISIS, and promised to "knock the hell out of" the group if elected.
In a move that is considered a reciprocal one, Iraq has placed a ban on United States citizens entering the country. Donald Trump asks made defeating ISIS terror group, which is responsible for the violent murder of American citizens in the Middle East and also for several attacks on American soil including the June 2016 attack in Orlando, Florida, and the December 2015 attack in San Bernardino, California. "Both President Trump and President Putin are hopeful that after today's call the two sides can move quickly to tackle terrorism and other important issues of mutual concern".
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Trump also intends to sign an executive order restructuring the National Security Council and streamlining procedures in a way that the White House believes would be more adaptive to modern threats, said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to brief reporters ahead of the president's signing ceremony.
Yet, many in the United States military are wary of Russia's role in Syria, with Moscow seen as seeking first and foremost to support and defend President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
"This is evil. This is a level of evil that we haven't seen". He routinely criticized the Obama administration's tactics against the extremist group.
The president is putting it on paper to send a message, said the official.
President Trump signed an executive order blocking people from seven Muslim countries from entering the U.S. It's disturbing the administration took such a strategically counter-productive action.