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Acting Defense Secretary Reassures That U.S. Remains Committed To Defeating ISIS

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Acting Defense Secretary Reassures That U.S. Remains Committed To Defeating ISIS

Acting Defense Secretary Reassures That U.S. Remains Committed To Defeating ISIS

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said that the United States remains committed to defeating Islamic State in the Middle East and beyond, however officials claim that European allies are skeptical of Washington's pledges.

In recent weeks, US officials have crisscrossed the Middle East in an attempt to reassure allies in the region of Washington's continued commitment.

Shanahan reportedly said, โ€œWhile the time for U.S.

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