- To examine the current administration’s rules of engagement, the subsequent battlefield wins against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and next steps in the war against radical Islamic terrorism.
- In January 2017, the Trump Administration put pressure on ISIS by increasing aerial bombing and the use of Special Forces.
- ISIS has lost roughly 95 percent of the territory the group once claimed.
- The President’s delegation of attack authority to military commanders led to a number of important victories against ISIS over the past year.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Mr. Sebastian Gorka, Ph.D.||Former Deputy Assistant to the President||Document|
|Mr. Michael Pregent||Adjunct Fellow Hudson Institute||Document|
|Mr. Phillip Lohaus||Research Fellow||Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies American Enterprise Institute||Document|
|Mr. Robert Anthony Pape, Jr.||Professor, Political Science Department||University of Chicago||Document|
|Chairman DeSantis Opening Statement||Document|