The slower you go in destroying ISIS’ operations in Syria and Iraq the greater the chance, the greater the likelihood, the more time is available for the terrorists to plot attacks like in the Brussels airport, like in Istanbul airport, and God forbid, I am very worried about an attack in this country.
The Committee did everything they could to get answers to many of these questions and the fact that there’s no new information on some key points reflects the obstructionism, not the Committee’s failure.
Our historical special relationship with Britain impels us to stand at Britain’s side as it extricates itself from the morass of EU regulations and restrictions and forges an independent path.
Britain can now rid itself of the sclerotic overregulation of the Brussels bureaucrats.
Contrary to President Obama’s threat during his recent visit to London, Washington should put a bilateral US-UK free trade agreement at the very front of our diplomatic agenda.