We Can't Afford A Clinton Presidency On National Security

- August 9, 2016

Clinton's Failed Judgement Has Already Failed On Radical Islamic Terrorism, Giving Rise To ISIS And Legitimizing Iran's Nuclear Ambitions And Global Terror Campaign


  • Clinton lacked the judgement to use the term radical Islamic terrorism or acknowledge that we are at war with ISIS.
  • Clinton has failed to propose any new strategy to combat ISIS, instead displaying poor judgement by relying on Obama's failed plan
  • Under the Clinton-Obama failed foreign policy plan, ISIS has carried out devastating attacks here in the United States and around the globe.
  • Clinton's poor judgement and failed foreign policy created a power vacuum that allowed for the birth and growth of ISIS
  • Clinton's horrible judgement led to the Iran deal which gave the foremost state sponsor of terrorism billions of dollars to restock their war chest and fund terrorism.

Clinton's Plan For How To Tackle America's Enemies? We Must "Empathize" With Them. CLINTON: "This is what we call smart power, using every possible tool and partner to advance peace and security, leaving no one on the sidelines, showing respect even for one's enemies. Trying to understand, and in so far as psychologically possible, empathize with their perspective and point of view. Helping to define the problems, determine the solutions. That is what we believe in the 21st century will change -- change the prospects for peace." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks at Georgetown University , Washington, D.C., 12/3/14)

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Clinton Continues To Back Obama's Failed Strategy For Combating ISIS

Clinton On ISIS: "We Now Finally Are Where We Need To Be." CLINTON: "Look at these complex problems. I wish it could be either or I wish we could say yes, let's go destroy ISIS and let's let Assad continue to destroy Syria which creates more terrorists, more extremists by the minute. No. We now finally are where we need to be. We have a strategy and a commitment to go after ISIS which is a danger to us as well as the region, and we finally have a UN Security Council resolution bringing the world together to go after a political transition in Syria. If the United States does not lead there is not another leader, there is a vacuum and we have to lead if we're going to be successful." (Hillary Clinton, Democratic Primary Debate, Manchester, NH, 12/19/15)

In December 2015, Clinton Said That Obama's ISIS Strategy "Is Close To Mine." QUESTION: "Anything you would have said differently or disagreed with respect to President Obama's address [inaudible]?" CLINTON: "I was really happy that he made the address. I thought it was very important for him to address the nation. And you know, I think his take on what needs to be done is close to mine." (Hillary Clinton, Interview With The Concord Monitor Editorial Board, 12/8/15)

After The Terrorist Attack In Orlando, Hillary Clinton To uted The Obama-Clinton Failed ISIS Plan As A Success. CLINTON: "In speeches like this one, after Paris, Brussels and San Bernardino, I have laid out a plan to defeat ISIS and the other radical jihadist groups in the region and beyond. The attack in Orlando makes it even more clear, we cannot contain this threat. We must defeat it. And the good news is that the coalition effort in Syria and Iraq has made recent gains in the last months. So we should keep the pressure on ramping up the air campaign, accelerating support for our friends fighting to take and hold ground and pushing our partners in the region to do even more." (Hillary Clinton , Speech After The Orlando Terrorist Attack , 6/13/16)

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Clinton Has Refused To Use The Term "Radical Islam" And Say We Are At War With ISIS

Only After Criticism From Donald Trump Was Clinton Willing To Use The Term "Radical Islamism. "Hillary Clinton on Monday broke from President Barack Obama in referring to the terrorist attack as 'radical Islamism,' countering Donald Trump's accusations that both she and Obama are weak on tackling terrorist threats. (Nick Gass, "Clinton Breaks From Obama, Calls Orlando Attack 'Radical Islamism," Politico, 6/13/16)

In December, Clinton Refused To Categorize Terror As "Radical Islam." ABC'S GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: "You've also been reluctant to say we're fighting radical Islam. I wonder why not. Isn't it a mistake to not say it plain that the violence is being pushed by radical elements in that faith?" CLINTON: "Well, that's a different thing. Radical elements who use a dangerous and distorted view of Islam to promote their jihadist ambitions, I'm fine with that. I say it all the time. And I go after Islamists, too." STEPHANOPOULOS: "So what's the problem with radical Islam?" CLINTON: "Well, the problem is that that sounds like we are declaring a war against religion. And that, to me, is number one, wrong." (ABC's "This Week," 12/6/15)

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Clinton Refuses To Say That The United States Is At War Against ISIS. ABC'S GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: "Is it time to declare war on ISIS?" CLINTON: "Look, we are definitely in conflict with ISIS and I think we need a new update of military authorization, the AUMF, which was passed after the attack after 9/11, should be brought up to..." STEPHANOPOULOS: "Why not declare war?" CLINTON: "Well, declare war is a very legal term as you know so well. I think what we want to do is make sure we have every tool at our disposable to, number one, destroy their would-be caliphate in Syria and in Iraq. Number two, do everything we can to dismantle this very effective virtual jihadist network that they're using on the internet. And number three, do whatever necessary to protect us here at home." STEPHANOPOULOS: "What are you concerned about in the declaration in war?" CLINTON: "Well, I think that the legal experts say, that if we, there are a lot who say that we already have the authority we need to go after ISIS or any international terrorist network, including Al Qaeda and anybody else in the AUMF. I think it is important, though, for the Congress to vote on behalf of the American people and to make sure that we are updating it to take into account the new authorities at risk." (ABC's "This Week," 12/6/15)

Because Of The Failed Clinton-Obama Strategy ISIS Has Been Able To Spread Globally

Director Of National Intelligence James Clapper: There Currently Exist More Terrorist Safe Havens "Than At Any Time In History." "Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who was also at the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, estimated that violent extremists were active in about 40 countries and that there currently exist more terrorist safe havens 'than at any time in history.'" (Ryan Browne, "Top Intelligence Official: ISIS To Attempt U.S. Attacks This Year," CNN, 2/9/16)

Former Acting Director Of The CIA John McLaughlin: ISIS Has More Ungoverned Territory At Its Disposal Than Any Terrorist Group Has Had "In Decades." "In fact, the combination of chaos in Iraq and Syria, the U.S. drawdowns in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the weakness of so many Middle Eastern and African governments give terrorists more 'ungoverned' space to exploit than has existed in the last couple decades." (John McLaughlin, "ISIS Is Hurt But Its End Is Not In Sight," The Cipher Brief, 7/28/16)

Former Acting Director Of The CIA John McLaughlin: ISIS Has A Presence In 40 Countries With Affiliates In 9. "With a presence of some sort in about 40 countries and formal affiliates in nine of them (Egypt and Libya the most advanced), loss of land in Iraq and Syria does not deprive ISIS of territorial options for plotting, training, and launching terrorist attacks." (John McLaughlin, "ISIS Is Hurt But Its End Is Not In Sight," The Cipher Brief, 7/28/16)

From June 8th To The End Of July, ISIS Attacks Took Place Every 84 Hours Outside Of War Zones In Iraq, Syria, Sinai In Egypt And Libya. "This year has seen an accelerating pattern of attacks linked to ISIS in Europe and beyond -- from Turkey to Bangladesh, the United States to Indonesia. According to the group IntelCenter, which tracks acts of terrorism, there has been a significant attack directed or inspired by ISIS every 84 hours since June 8 in cities outside the war zones in Iraq, Syria, Sinai in Egypt and Libya. CNN's own tracking of attacks supports that conclusion." (Tim Lister, "'One ISIS Attack Every 84 hours' Spurs Dread And Anger In Europe," CNN, 7/31/16)

Even Democrats Are Questioning The Failed Clinton-Obama Strategy

Clinton's Own Running Mate Tim Kaine (D-VA) On The Clinton-Obama Approach To ISIS Last Fall: "The Problem Is, We Don't Have A Comprehensive Strategy." (MSNBC's "Morning Joe," 11/10/15)

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), The Ranking Democrat On The Senate Intelligence Committee: Obama Has Been "Too Cautious" In Dealing With ISIS . NBC'S ANDREA MITCHELL: "The fact is, they have been on the march now for months, if not years. So why does the President still say we don't have a strategy yet. Doesn't that project weakness from the White House?" SENATOR DIANE FIENSTEIN(D-CA): "Well, I mean, I know what you want me to say. But I'm not going to say it in that sense. I think I've learned one thing about this president, and that is he's very cautious. Maybe in this instance too cautious. I do know that the military, I know that the State Department, I know that others have been putting plans together. And so hopefully those plans will coalesce into a strategy that can encourage that coalition. From Arab nations, you know, Jordan is at jeopardy, Lebanon is at jeopardy, the UAA and other countries are in jeopardy. So, there is good reason for people to come together now and begin to approach this as the very real threat that it in fact is." (NBC's "Meet The Press," 8/31/14)

  • Feinstein: "ISIL Is Not Contained, ISIL Is Expanding." FEINSTEIN: "Well let me begin by saying this Andrea, I've never been more concerned. I read the intelligence faithfully. ISIL is not contained, ISIL is expanding. They've just put out a video saying it is there intent to attack this country." (MSNBC's " Andrea Mitchell Reports," 11/16/15)

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA ): "We're Not Making Tremendous Progress" On The War Against ISIS. "Administration officials have said in recent days that their efforts to defeat ISIS are succeeding and have sought to portray the group as back on its heels, a characterization that Schiff rejected. He said the U.S. lost time trying to help Sunnis get integrated into the Iraqi military, which the U.S. wants to lead the boots-on-the-ground fight against ISIS. Schiff also said the ground offensive had become too dependent on Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and that speeding up the inclusion of Sunnis into Iraqi forces would help the Iraqi military stand on its own. Schiff said that he didn't think the U.S. was 'losing the war' against ISIS, 'but we're not making tremendous progress, either.'" (Shane Harris, "Top Dem: Obama's ISIS Strategy Is Broken," The Daily Beast, 5/19/15)


Prior To Clinton's Tenure As Secretary Of State, There Was No ISIS And Its Precursor "Continued To Struggle To Maintain Relevance." "Through 2011, Coalition forces continued to coordinate efforts with tribal security forces, killing the majority of AQI's leadership and leaving it in general disarray. [60] Both Masri and Baghdadi were killed in a joint U.S.-Iraqi raid on April 18, 2010. After the April raid, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (not to be confused with the deceased, Abu Umar al-Baghdadi) assumed control of an AQI severely weakened by local backlash and coalition and local security forces. [61] AQI continued to struggle to maintain relevance through 2011, when Coalition forces withdrew." ("The Islamic State," Stanford University's Mapping Militant Organizations, 4/4/16)

Interventions In Libya, Turmoil In Syria, And U.S. Troop Withdrawals From Iraq Created Power Vacuums ISIS Was Able To Exploit. "The story of ISIS teaches the same basic lesson that emerged from America's other failures in the Middle East over the last decade: Attempts by the United States or Islamist rebels to topple authoritarian regimes-in Iraq, Libya, and now Syria-create power vacuums. This empty political space will be filled by extremists unless the United States and its allies build strong local forces that can suppress terrorist groups and warlords both. When the U.S. creates such local forces, it must be persistent. If it withdraws from these efforts, as America did in Iraq in 2011, it invites mayhem. Halfway American intervention has produced nothing but trouble. Rebels have gotten enough support to continue fighting, but not enough to win." (David Ignatius, "How ISIS Spread In The Middle East," The Atlantic, 10/29/15)

ISIS Ultimately Grew From The Power Vacuum Created By The Clinton-Backed Decision To Withdraw Troops From Iraq

In 2011 Clinton "Strongly Defended President Obama's Plan To Withdraw Combat Troops From Iraq By The End Of The Year." "Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday strongly defended President Obama's plan to withdraw combat troops from Iraq by the end of the year and issued a pointed warning to Iran not to underestimate the United States' commitment to stability in the region." (Sheryl Gay Stolberg, "Clinton Defends Iraq Withdrawal Plan," The New York Times, The Caucus, 10/23/11)

As The U.S. Was Preparing To Withdraw Troops From Iraq "Senior American And Iraqi Officials Are Expressing Concern That Al Qaeda's Offshoot Here … Is Poised For A Deadly Resurgence." "As the United States prepares to withdraw its troops from Iraq by year's end, senior American and Iraqi officials are expressing growing concern that Al Qaeda's offshoot here, which just a few years ago waged a debilitating insurgency that plunged the country into a civil war, is poised for a deadly resurgence." (Michael Schmidt and Eric Schmitt, "Leaving Iraq, U.S. Fears New Surge Of Qaeda Terror," The New York Times , 11/5/11)

  • Multiple U.S. Military Commanders In Iraq Advocated For Keeping Troops In Iraq To Prevent Another Round Of Conflict. "Gen. Odierno recently told Fox News: 'If we had stayed a little more engaged, I think maybe it might have been prevented. I've always believed the United States played the role of honest broker between all the groups, and when we pulled ourselves out, we lost that role.' He had recommended keeping 35,000 troops in place in 2011. 'I think it would have been good for us to stay,' he said. Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, a commander in Iraq's Anbar province, in his July 9 confirmation hearing to be the next Joint Chiefs chairman, differed with those who said the U.S. had no choice but to leave because Iraq's prime minister was not meeting U.S. demands. 'I'm not sure I'd say that that meant we had no option to stay,' he told the Senate Committee on Armed Services." (Rowan Scarborough, "U.S. Troop Withdrawal Let Islamic State Enter Iraq, Military Leaders Say," The Washington Times, 7/26/16)

Before The War In Syria, ISIS, "Laid The Foundation For The Group's Resurgence" As The Americans Were Leaving Iraq. "But even before the civil war in Syria presented him with a growth opportunity, Mr. Baghdadi had been taking steps in Iraq - something akin to a corporate restructuring - that laid the foundation for the group's resurgence, just as the Americans were leaving. He picked off rivals through assassinations, orchestrated prison breaks to replenish his ranks of fighters and diversified his sources of funding through extortion, to wean the group off outside funding from Al Qaeda's central authorities." (Tim Arango and Eric Schmitt, "U.S. Actions In Iraq Fueled Rise Of A Rebel," The New York Times , 8/10/14)

Iraq Spiraled "Back Into Civil War" As ISIS Grew In Strength "On Turf American Soldiers And Marines Once Held." "Iraq is spiraling back into civil war, with an al Qaeda affiliate there flexing its muscles on turf American soldiers and Marines once held. Egypt's military government is arresting thousands of political opponents, raising serious questions about its commitment to democracy." (Dan Lamothe, "Keeping His Powder Dry," Foreign Policy, 1/29/14)

The Havoc Islamic Insurgents Inflicted Throughout Iraq Showed The "Risks Of The Administration's Foreign Policy Approach." "The fall this week of the Iraqi cities Mosul and Tikrit to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham rebel group shows how the insurgent threat is outpacing the response and posing a challenge to President Barack Obama's approach of limiting U.S. involvement in foreign conflicts… Recent events in Iraq show the potential risks of the administration's foreign policy approach." (Adam Entous and Julian E. Barnes, "Iraqi Drama Catches U.S. Off Guard," The Wall Street Journal, 6/11/14)

Clinton's Ill-Planned Intervention In Libya Has Created Another Haven For ISIS

Pushing The Intervention In Libya Was Clinton's "Moment Of Greatest Influence." "An examination of the intervention she championed shows her at what is arguably her moment of greatest influence as secretary of state. It is a working portrait rich with evidence of what kind of president she might be, and especially of her expansive approach to the signal foreign-policy conundrum of today: whether, when, and how the United States should wield its military power in Syria and elsewhere in the middle east." (Jo Becker and Scott Shane, "Hillary Clinton, 'Smart Power' And A Dictator's Fall," The New York Times, 2/27/16)

  • Clinton's State Department Aides Developed A 'Brag Sheet' For Clinton And Joked That She Celebrated Like She Called In The Airstrikes Herself. "The timeline, her top policy aide, Jake Sullivan, wrote, demonstrated Mrs. Clinton's 'leadership/ownership/stewardship of this country's Libya policy from start to finish.' The memo's language put her at the center of everything: 'HRC announces … HRC directs … HRC travels … HRC engages,' it read. It was a brag sheet for a cabinet member eyeing a presidential race, and the Clinton team's eagerness to claim credit for her prompted eye-rolling at the White House and the Pentagon. Some joked that to hear her aides tell it, she had practically called in the airstrikes herself." (Jo Becker and Scott Shane, "A New Libya, With 'Very Little Time Left'," The New York Times, 2/27/16)

A Former Intel Operative In Libya Said "We Paved The Way For Islamic Extremists To Take Over." "Qaddafi was a bad guy, but by not supporting our secular allies in Libya, we paved the way for Islamic extremists to take over. Now, in a way, Qaddafi is laughing at all of us from his grave." (Jo Becker and Scott Shane, "In Their Own Words: The Libya Tragedy," The New York Times , 2/27/16)

As She Planned For The Intervention, Clinton Failed To Resolve "Just How Libya Would Be Governed After Gaddafi." "In 2011, as the United States considered intervention, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was among those who pushed for intervention-without resolving just how Libya would be governed after Gaddafi, according to a senior defense official who was part of the decision-making process." (Nancy A. Youssef, "Hillary's Libya Post-War Plan Was 'Play It By Ear,' Gates Says," The Daily Beast , 10/20/15)

ISIS Has Doubled Its Presence To 6,000 Fighters In The Last Year According To The Pentagon. "The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has doubled its presence inside Libya in the last year, the top U.S. military commander overseeing operations in the region said Thursday. The number of ISIS fighters in Libya doubled to between 4,000 to 6,000 in the last 12 to 18 months, Army Gen. David M. Rodriguez said at a Pentagon briefing." (Kristina Wong, "Top General: ISIS Doubled Number Of Fighters In Libya," The Hill, 4/7/16)


Clinton Takes Credit For The Nuclear Agreement With Iran

Clinton: "I'm Very Proud Of The Iran Nuclear Agreement. I Was Very Pleased To Be Part Of What The President Put Into Action When He Took Office." CLINTON: "Well, I'm very proud of the Iran Nuclear Agreement. I was very pleased to be part of what the president put into action when he took office. I was responsible for getting those sanctions imposed which put the pressure on Iran. It brought them to the negotiating table which resulted in this agreement." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At Democrat Primary Debate, Charleston, SC, 1/17/16)

  • Clinton: "I Was Responsible For Getting Those Sanctions Imposed Which Put The Pressure On Iran. It Brought Them To The Negotiating Table Which Resulted In This Agreement." CLINTON: "Well, I'm very proud of the Iran Nuclear Agreement. I was very pleased to be part of what the president put into action when he took office. I was responsible for getting those sanctions imposed which put the pressure on Iran. It brought them to the negotiating table which resulted in this agreement." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At Democrat Primary Debate, Charleston, SC, 1/17/16)

Clinton's Agreement With Iran, The Foremost State Sponsor Of Terrorism, Potentially Allows For Them To Use The Money They Receive On Terrorism

National Director Of Intelligence James Clapper: "Iran-The Foremost State Sponsor Of Terrorism-Continues To Exert Its Influence In Regional Crises In The Middle East." "Iran-the foremost state sponsor of terrorism-continues to exert its influence in regional crises in the Middle East through the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force (IRGC-QF), its terrorist partner Lebanese Hizballah, and proxy groups. It also provides military and economic aid to its allies in the region. Iran and Hizballah remain a continuing terrorist threat to US interests and partners worldwide. (James R. Clapper, Statement For The Record, U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, PP. 10, 2/9/16)

The State Department's Annual Country Report On Terrorism Listed Iran As A State Sponsor Of Terrorism And Said That They Had Increased Their Activity In 2015. "Designated as a State Sponsor of Terrorism in 1984, Iran continued its terrorist-related activity in 2015, including support for Hizballah, Palestinian terrorist groups in Gaza, and various groups in Iraq and throughout the Middle East. In 2015, Iran increased its assistance to Iraqi Shia terrorist groups, including Kata'ib Hizballah (KH), which is a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization, as part of an effort to fight the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq and bolster the Asad regime in Syria. Iran used the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force (IRGC-QF) to implement foreign policy goals, provide cover for intelligence operations, and create instability in the Middle East. The IRGC-QF is Iran's primary mechanism for cultivating and supporting terrorists abroad." (State Department's Annual Country Report On Terrorism, U.S. State Department, Chapter 3-State Sponsored Terrorism, 6/2/16)

Iran Would Receive A $150 Billion Windfall Worrying Some In Congress That The Money Could Go Towards Terrorism. "A $150 billion windfall Iran would get after a deal to curb its nuclear program is raising new alarms in Congress that it will use the money to boost terrorist funding across the Middle East." (Oren Dorell, "Lawmakers Alarmed Over Iranian Nuclear Windfall," USA Today, 7/5/15)

In January 2016, John Kerry Admitted That Some Of The $155 Billion In Sanctions Relief Iran Receives From The Nuclear Agreement Would Go To the IRGC And Terrorists. "I think that some of it will end up in the hands of the IRGC or other entities, some of which are labeled terrorists," he said in the interview in Davos, referring to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps. "You know, to some degree, I'm not going to sit here and tell you that every component of that can be prevented." (Elise Labott, "John Kerry: Some Sanctions Relief Money For Rian Will Go To Terrorism," CNN, 1/21/16)

The Agreement Did Not Solve The Iran Nuclear Problem

Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars' Aaron David Miller: "Simply Put, This Is One Terrific Agreement For Tehran." (Aaron David Miller, Op-Ed, "Iran's Win-Win…Win Win Win Nuke Deal," The Daily Beast, 7/20/15)

  • Miller: "It's The Cruelest Of Ironies That Iran Is Reaping Huge Rewards For Giving Up Something It Wasn't Supposed To Be Doing In The First Place." (Aaron David Miller, Op-Ed, "Iran's Win-Win…Win Win Win Nuke Deal," The Daily Beast, 7/20/15)

Miller: The Agreement "Will Leave Iran With A Sufficiently Large Nuclear Foundation To Give It The Capacity To Pursue Nuclear Weapons Down The Road Should It Choose To Do So." "The painful and inconvenient truth is that even before the agreement Iran was a nuclear weapons threshold state. The agreement will not change that reality. And it will leave Iran with a sufficiently large nuclear foundation to give it the capacity to pursue nuclear weapons down the road should it choose to do so." (Aaron David Miller, Op-Ed, "Iran's Win-Win…Win Win Win Nuke Deal," The Daily Beast, 7/20/15)

Under The Nuclear Agreement, Iran Will Be Permitted To Enrich Uranium And Maintain A 3.67 Percent Uranium Level At Its Natanz Facility. "The deal reduces the number of Iranian centrifuges by two-thirds. It places bans on enrichment at key facilities, and limits uranium research and development to the Natanz facility. The deal caps uranium enrichment at 3.67 percent and limits the stockpile to 300 kg, all for 15 years." (Jethro Mullen and Nic Robertson, "Landmark Deal Reached On Iran Nuclear Program," CNN, 7/14/15)

Under The Agreement, There Is A "Breakout Time Of Only One Year." "In some recent remarks, Clinton has also hinted at a tougher view than the one that prevailed in Vienna, including her belief that Iran's 'breakout' period - the time it would take to enrich enough uranium for a bomb - should be longer than one year. Tuesday's agreement imposes a breakout time of only one year." (Michael Crowley, "Hillary Clinton Endorses Nuclear Deal," Politico, 7/14/15)

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