During his Wednesday foreign policy speech, Donald Trump said that the United States must become less predictable in order to defeat the Islamic State.
“Their days are numbered,” he said, referring to ISIL. “I won’t tell them where, and I won’t tell them how.”
“We must as a nation be more unpredictable. We are totally predictable,” he continued, before lamenting that the U.S. announces certain foreign policy moves, such as plans to send additional troops abroad.
Trump said that ISIL terrorists “are going to be gone” if he is elected president.
“And they’ll be gone quickly. They’ll be gone very, very quickly,” he said.