US President Donald Trump told that he assumed the ISIS will be driven out from all the remaining territory in Syria in a week as he promised to take the attempt on combating against the extremists.

Trump told to an international conference in Washington on the future of the battle against the group, also known as ISIS, after the sudden decision of the US leader for ordering the withdrawal of all 2,000 US military forces as he announced the victory.

Donald Trump told the senior officials appeared from more than 70 countries at the conference of the State Department, “The United States military, our coalition partners and the Syrian Democratic Forces have liberated virtually all of the territory previously held by ISIS in Syria and Iraq ”.

He told, “ It should be formally announced sometime next week that we will have 100 percent of the caliphate”.

The US President told that the United States would remain “very, very tough” and stimulated efforts, including financial support, from other countries.

He told, “Remnants — that’s all they have, remnants — but remnants can be very dangerous ”. He also told, “ Rest assured, we’ll do what it takes to defeat every ounce and every last person within the ISIS madness and defend our people from radical Islamic terrorism”.

 

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