How to defeat ISIS: Democrats need to rally behind a foreign policy

Democrats need a strategy to defeat the Islamic State, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.

The former secretary of state is the latest Democrat to make the case for a renewed foreign policy.

“We need to work with other countries to defeat this group,” she told reporters at a joint news conference with former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.

“But we have to be very clear about our position.

The strategy we’ve used is not the strategy of the Obama administration.

It’s the strategy that we think the world needs.

“This strategy has to work in concert with what the president is doing.” “

Panetta said the current strategy, which focuses on defeating ISIL without working with the Assad regime, was “the wrong approach.” “

This strategy has to work in concert with what the president is doing.”

Panetta said the current strategy, which focuses on defeating ISIL without working with the Assad regime, was “the wrong approach.”

“I think that strategy was the wrong approach because it didn’t get us there,” Panetta added.

“The strategy we put in place in 2015 that we put into place in 2016 that is the strategy we’re pursuing now is working very well.”