Bryan Schatz, Mother Jones: During the campaign, [Donald] Trump made defeating ISIS a centerpiece of his foreign policy, criticizing [President] Obama for being “out of touch” with what it takes to wipe out the so-called Islamic State (perhaps because he was the terrorist group’s “founder”). But despite Trump’s year-and-a-half-old claim of having a “foolproof” and “absolute” plan to “crush” ISIS, he’s offered few details other than tactics like “bomb the — out of ’em,” “take the oil,” and “take out their families,” the majority of which are considered war crimes under international law. But in early September, he finally provided a glimpse into what this plan entails: He will task his “top generals” with creating it — and they’ll have just 30 days to do it once he enters the White House.
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