Just a week after President Obama said that he didn’t have a strategy to fight the Islamic State, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin E. Dempsey said that the military has one and it was ordered up by the commander-in-chief.
During a Facebook town hall, he said, “At the president’s direction, we have developed a military strategy with a series of options on how we can initially contain, continue to disrupt, and ultimately defeat ISIL.”
His comment came after Obama, traveling overseas, tried to explain his “no strategy” statement this week. But in that comment, he specifically said that his government doesn’t have a military strategy.
In Estonia, Obama said, “I was specifically referring to the possibility of a military strategy inside of Syria that might require Congressional approval. It is very important from my perspective that when we send our pilots in to do a job that we know this is a mission that’s gonna work, that we’re very clear on what our objectives are, what our targets are.”
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