VIDEO: Trump admits he can’t say ISIS defeated because ‘whack jobs’ could strike

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After previously claiming total victory over ISIS, President Trump admitted Monday it was impossible to say the terrorist organization had been wiped out while the threat of terrorism remains.

Speaking at a gathering of business leaders in Burnsville, Minn., Trump said his administration had made significant progress in the Middle East, including capturing 100% of ISIS territory. But he stopped short of previous declarations of total victory which had provoked criticism that lingering fighters and a hostile ideology remained a danger.

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“You never say you won, because you have a couple of whack jobs go and blow up a store, people get killed; they blow up something else, people get killed,” he said

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