Trump: 'End of ISIS Caliphate in Sight' After Liberation Of RaqqaChris Menahan
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President Trump has made good on his campaign promise to "bomb the sh*t out" ISIS.
US President Donald Trump announced the full liberation of the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State on Saturday, following a campaign that saw the city leveled and almost depopulated.
The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, comprised of Kurds and other opposition groups, already announced the complete liberation of Raqqa on Tuesday, but until now the US assessment was that “more than 90 percent” had been freed from the terrorists.
Over 300,000 people have fled the Raqqa area, leaving it with less than 1 percent of its pre-war population.
Trump has praised his "progress against these evil terrorists," saying he has done more "in the past several months than in the past several years," fulfilling his campaign promise "to defeat ISIS and to counter the spread of hateful ideology."If it takes serious action like this to bring the war to and end, it will actually save lives in the long run. This was has been dragged on for far too long because the Obama administration and Israel didn't want it to come to an end.
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