ISIS Loses 98 Percent Of Its Territory After Trump’s Joining
ISIS has lost 98 percent of the area it once held - with half of that terror group so-called "caliphate" having been recovered since President Trump took office less than a year ago. This type of massive gain came after so much of efforts. Critics say the Obama management micromanaged the war and totally ignore a more intense airstrike strategy that could have ended the war much earlier.
The Latest Intelligence Assessment After Trump
The most recent American intelligence assessment says less than 1,000 ISIS warriors now stay in Iraq and Syria, down from a pinnacle of about 45,000 only two years ago.
Current Areas Of ISIS
The rest of the ISIS buffers are moved in a little territory along the border of Syria and Iraq. ISIS, at a certain point, controlled a region that measured whole Ohio.