President Donald Trump is happy with recent gains made against ISIS in the Middle East, and credits a shift in foreign policy from his predecessors as the result. Military men are now fighting to win, as they weren’t during the globalist regimes of Obama and Bush.
“Everybody is talking about the progress you’ve made in the last few months since I opened it up,” Trump said in a Thanksgiving video call to the troops in Afghanistan. “We’re not fighting anymore to just walk around. We’re fighting to win. You’ve turned it around over the last three to four months like nobody has seen, and they are talking about it.”
Trump has added more troops in Afghanistan while strengthening an anti-ISIS alliance with Russian President Vladimir Putin that has helped embattled ruer Bashir al-Assad maintain power in that area against hostile rebel groups. ISIS was expeled from Raqqa recently, a victory believed to be the final death blow to ISIS’ chances of controlling the war-torn nation.
“We are being talked about again as an armed forces,” he said. “We are really winning, we know how to win. But we have to let you win.
Trump is also putting allies on notice that they will need to uphold their end of the bargain to keep receiving American assistance.
“You know when we sell to other countries, even if they’re allies, you never know about an ally – an ally can turn,” Trump said.
Trump has not forgotten his mandate of putting America first and making sure that America is getting the most out of its deals. Foreign countries have shown during previous administrations that they will abuse American help, having their defense costs subsidized by the U.S. empire while giving us nothing in return. Under the stewardship of President Trump, the status quo is finally beginning to change.