How Trump will impact the war against ISIS leaves Canada, allies wondering

The night Donald Trump was elected, Canadian Brig.-Gen. Dave Anderson was at a reception hosted by the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
When the results were finalized, the American ambassador gave a short speech to his anxious Iraqi hosts and assured them Washington’s commitment to the war-ravaged country is “real and it’s long-term.”
A little later, Anderson spoke with the chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, who told him: “If you look at a problem set through the lens of national interest, the solution doesn’t change.”
It was a comment that stuck with him as the …
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