@SebGorka: Because of the failure of the Baghdad regime to exercise control, ISIS remnants are living on the edges there.
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Sebastian Gorka, Fox News, and author, Why We Fight; soon to be radio host of America First on 1 Jan 2019; in re: WSJ: because of the failure of the Baghdad regime to exercise control, ISIS remnants are living on the edges there. The famous Petraeus counterinsurgency doctrine; must have local forces with the capacity to absorb your assistance, you’ll be throwing good money after bad. Baghdad cannot exercise sovereignty. The only reason remaining for US assistance is to prevent mass attacks from being launched against us.