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National Security Adviser John Bolton says that Trump is “as clear as can be” when eliminating ISIS

White House National Security Adviser John Bolton told "This Week" congregation Martha Raddatz that President Donald Trump is "as clear as possible" when discussing the defeat of Islamic state."The CEO has been, I think, who can clearly be so clear when talking about the defeat of the ISIS territorial caliphate," Bolton said on Sunday. "He has never said that the abolition of the territorial caliphate means the end of ISIS totally. We know that is not the case. We now know that ISIS warriors are still scattered around Syria and Iraq. And that ISIS itself grows in other parts of the world. The ISIS threat will remain. "Last month, Trump claimed that "1"We did it in a much shorter time when it was supposed to be," said Trump's American troops in Alaska at a stop during his return from the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un."We just took over … you kept 90 percent, 92 percent, the caliphate in Syria. Now it's 100 percent. We only took over 100 percent caliphate. It means the Earth's area. We have 100 percent," Trump said. ."While ISIS has been beaten by the Syrian democratic forces and coalition forces, we should be clear in our understanding that what we see now is not the surrender of ISIS as an organization but a calculated decision to preserve the security of their families and preserve their opportunities by taking their chances in camps for internally displaced persons and going to the ground in remote…

White House National Security Adviser John Bolton told “This Week” congregation Martha Raddatz that President Donald Trump is “as clear as possible” when discussing the defeat of Islamic state.

“The CEO has been, I think, who can clearly be so clear when talking about the defeat of the ISIS territorial caliphate,” Bolton said on Sunday. “He has never said that the abolition of the territorial caliphate means the end of ISIS totally. We know that is not the case. We now know that ISIS warriors are still scattered around Syria and Iraq. And that ISIS itself grows in other parts of the world. The ISIS threat will remain. “

Last month, Trump claimed that “1

“We did it in a much shorter time when it was supposed to be,” said Trump’s American troops in Alaska at a stop during his return from the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“We just took over … you kept 90 percent, 92 percent, the caliphate in Syria. Now it’s 100 percent. We only took over 100 percent caliphate. It means the Earth’s area. We have 100 percent,” Trump said. .

“While ISIS has been beaten by the Syrian democratic forces and coalition forces, we should be clear in our understanding that what we see now is not the surrender of ISIS as an organization but a calculated decision to preserve the security of their families and preserve their opportunities by taking their chances in camps for internally displaced persons and going to the ground in remote areas and waiting for the right time for re-emergence, “Votel told the committee for armed services.

Bolton said Sunday that he would not “criticize” partial clips of Votel’s comments.

“But one reason why the president is committed to holding an American presence in Iraq and a small part of an observer force in Syria is against the possibility that there would be a real re-emergence of ISIS, and we would then be able to if it arose, “Bolton said. “And the significance of the territorial caliphate goes to an ideological point in the center of ISIS’s theory of self, namely that they were caliphate, in order that, in their view of what the Caliphate is, they must control the territory.”

Trump has talked about his progress on Twitter, tweeting in December as “We have defeated ISIS in Syria, my only reason to be there during Trump Presidency.”

And Trump has recently suggested to continue progress, tweeting in January that “the caliphate will soon be destroyed” and ] in February that “the United States will soon control 100% of the ISIS territory in Syria.”

Syrian Democratic Forces SDF, Behind It US leadership, resumed the offensive at Baghouz on March 1, after they had paused for more than a week to allow about 10,000 civilians and ISIS families to leave the city.

An SDF official told the Associated Press that the ISIS weapons in Baghouz were still ready to fight.

“This is not the end. We are perhaps on the threshold of a new fight,” he said.

When dealing with the ideological threat posed by ISIS, Bolton said “as long as the ideology is out there, it continues to be a threat.”

“The ISIS threat, the al-Qaeda threat, the terrorist threat is an ideological threat all over the world and that is something I think we must be vigilant about in the foreseeable future. That is the reality,” says Bolton.

In a Pentagon report released last month, it was indicated that the Islamic State could reconstruct in Syria within six to twelve months without ongoing pressure.

Bolton said he is “very optimistic” that British and French allies will help help the United States in the event of a resurgence.

“It hasn’t happened formally yet, but they look at it. I think it’s very important that we try to get it up. It may or may not succeed,” Bolton said.

When the fight against the Islamic state in Syria ends, Trump’s administration leaves the possibility of some of the group’s foreign soldiers being sent to the US detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Trump tweeted last month as the US asks allies that foreign ISIS warriors detained in Syria returned to their home countries and bring trial.

“The United States asks Britain, France, Germany and other European allies to take back over 800 ISIS soldiers we captured in Syria and put them on trial” Trump tweeted “.” The alternative is not good because we will have to release them. “

“The time for others to get up and do the job they are so capable of doing,” Trump tweeted .

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