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President Trump takes questions from the press in front of the White house for Lima, Ohio.

President Trump on Wednesday swung shows a striking card, such as the Islamic state, which has decreased its presence in Syria since he took office, while vowing the terrorist attack on a network are gone “until tonight”, because he showed a Reporter for the small stain out of your last stand.

“I brought this for you, this is a card … all in red-that was the election night in 2016, so anything red is ISIS,” he told reporters, pointing to a top image that large parts of the region, the red.

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“When I took over, it was a mess. Now, on the bottom-which is not exactly the same-it’s red,” he said and pointed to a picture below. “In fact, there actually is a tiny stain will be gone by tonight,” he added.

“This is ISIS on the day of the election, my election day, and the ISIS is now,” he said. “So this is the way.”

President Donald Trump shows a map of Syria and Iraq indicates the presence of the Islamic state in 2017 and 2019, as he speaks with reporters before leaving the White house in Washington, Wednesday, 20. March 2019, for a trip to visit a Army tank plant in Lima, Ohio, and a fundraising event in Canton, Ohio. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Trump announced in December that he intends to remove all of the 2000 troops from Syria, which explains that ISIS was defeated, but he has been criticised by some in his party as too hasty.

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney this month, allegedly suggested that the decision was taken during the “on the phone” and that “we are in a situation when our friends and allies around the world, that we depend on to go a little trust in us.”

“I’m afraid that the bottom line is that the type of approach is that we have an administration that looks a lot more like Barack Obama than Ronald Reagan,” he said, according to The Washington Post.

With the pressure of Republicans, Trump has moved to hold votes 400 troops in the country for an indefinite period of time.

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“We leave the 200 people because 200 people in a different location in Syria closer to Israel, for a period of time,” he said Wednesday, when asked if he had cancelled his policy.

U.S.-backed fighters were closed in the ISIS-held village of Baghouz, the last remnants of what was once a territory the size of Indiana, with 8 million people under ISIS rule. Now you are down to a piece of land not more than half a square mile.

Fox News’ Benjamin Hall contributed to this report.

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