It's a stupid, misguided and facile 'policy' that's designed to appeal to the lowest common denominator of the Republican Party. He's surely not being serious, but if he is then that highlights even further why he shouldn't be Commander in Chief. Bombing ISIS won't work, they aren't an enemy who can merely be bombed into submission, and as a matter of fact they are an enemy more likely to respond violently on the streets of Western cities and murder innocent civilians. He'd actually endanger a lot of people if he got to carry out such a policy.
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