President Donald Trump told a group of veterans and evangelical Christians at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., that he would continue to fight ISIS until they are destroyed.
During the speech, Trump renewed his vows to take ISIS on.
“It’s a whole different ball game folks,” Trump said of his administration’s efforts pursuing the terrorist group.
“One of the greatest threats to religious liberty is terrorism, and specifically radical Islamic terrorism. We cannot allow this terrorism and extremism to spread in our country or find sanctuary on our shores or in our cities.”
“We’ve got some Pattons today too, I found ’em … Mad Dog Mattis,” the president said, referring to World War II Gen. George Patton.
Trump also called out former President Barack Obama for leaving the country in such bad shape.
“I was left a mess,” the president said of the Obama administration’s handling of the conflict, while adding that he was “cleaning it up.”
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