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Trump pledges to rout ISIL very quickly

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US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has promised to demolish the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group if he claims victory in America’s November 8 election.

In a Wednesday speech outlining his “America first” foreign policy, Trump said in Washington that ISIL’s “days are numbered” and that he would eradicate the notorious terror group “very, very quickly” upon becoming president.

“I won’t tell them where and I won’t tell them how. We must as a nation be more unpredictable,” said the business mogul.

Back in March, the New York billionaire told Bloomberg TV that he would not rule out the use of nuclear weapons against Daesh. “I’m never going to rule anything out…I wouldn’t want to tell you that because at a minimum, I want them to think maybe we would use it.”

File photo of ISIL militants at an undisclosed location

ISIL terrorists overran parts of Iraq in June 2014 after wreaking havoc on Syria.

Meanwhile, Trump also vowed to “replace chaos with peace” while investing heavily in the US military.

The Republican frontrunner noted, “We will spend what we need to rebuild our military. Our military dominance must be unquestioned.”

“We are also going to have to change our trade, immigration and economic policies to make our economy strong again and to put Americans first again.”

Trump attacked the Democratic foreign policy under US President Barack Obama describing the American foreign policy over the past eight years as disastrous.

He also picked on US allies in NATO and East Asia, reiterating his previous stance that if they want American protection they need to pay for it.

By Press TV

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