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Should We Bring Our Troops Home From Fighting ISIS?

A member of the 330 meters aircraft US carrier Harry S Truman placing a missile on an F18 fighting jet on eastern Mediterranean Sea on May 8, 2018. Sailing out from Norfolk, Virginia in April, the US carrier Harry S Truman has been supporting attacks on Islamic State targets in Syria under Operation Inherent Resolve -- a role it last played in 2016. (Photo ARIS MESSINIS / AFP / Getty Images)
A member of the aircraft carrier the USS Harry S. Truman placing a missile on an F18 fighting jet in the eastern Mediterranean Sea in May 2018. The carrier has been supporting attacks on Islamic State targets in Syria under Operation Inherent Resolve since 2016. (Photo ARIS MESSINIS / AFP / Getty Images)

As Clarion’s David Harris explains in this podcast, there are signs the coalition is cracking, with differences even within the Trump administration over when it’s time to bring  our troops home from fighting ISIS.

As leaders of the anti-ISIS coalition gather in Ottawa, Canada on December 6, here at Clarion we want to hear your views on the role our forces should be playing in Syria and Iraq.

Take a listen to our short podcast and then take the poll below:

 

 

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