The House speaker is saying he’s “not afraid” of ISIS, despite the recent ISIS-inspired attacks on American soil.
Ryan spoke at the annual American Enterprise Institute’s Policy Summit at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on Friday, and during his speech he made a reference to ISIS, saying that the United States will not be “concerned” about it if the Islamic State were to be defeated.
But it’s worth noting that Ryan is actually talking about the ongoing, highly dangerous and ongoing war on the Islamic Republic of Iran.
In the speech, Ryan did not explicitly say that Iran was the primary cause of the recent attacks, but he did say that the U.S. would not be prepared to allow Iran to become a permanent ally of the United State in the Middle East.
“We’re not concerned,” Ryan said.
“We’re prepared to confront any threat.
But we are not prepared to become an enemy of our enemies.”
As we reported on Friday morning, ISIS-linked attacks on the U-S.
homeland and abroad have been taking place since early January.
The attacks are part of a broader campaign by the terrorist organization, and the U