One of the many things Trump promised during his campaign was that he would have the best and quickest plan to defeat ISIS.
In mid-September he told NBC during the "Commander-in-Chief forum" the following:
“When I do come up with a plan that I like and that perhaps agrees with mine, or maybe doesn’t, I may love what the generals come back with. I have a plan, but I don’t want to ― look, I have a very substantial chance of winning, make America great again. We’re going to make America great again. I have a substantial chance of winning. If I win, I don’t want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my plan is. Let me tell you, if I like maybe a combination of my plan or the generals’ plan, if I like their plan, I’m not going to call you up and say, we have a great plan."
Just the day before this interview he announced that he would give the military’s top generals 30 days to submit a plan for soundly defeating ISIS.
Guess what? 30 days just ended. No plan.
Damn, this is a good burn:
And my personal favorite:
Can someone drop $200,000 for a Mar-a-lago membership and find Trump on the golf course to get the ISIS plan from him?