In this episode of the Breakout with Newt Gingrich podcast, Newt responds to President Obama’s speech on how the U.S. plans to defeat the terrorist group
ISIS. Although the President gave a good speech, it still contained strategic flaws that leave the U.S. vulnerable to attacks from these radical extremists. One of the
major points the President failed to clearly articulate was that this will be a long, and at times frustrating war against this enemy. It took forty-five years after WWII
for the Soviet empire to be defeated. It may take as long or even longer for ISIS and other radical groups of its kind to be destroyed.
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