Peekskill Native Pataki Reveals How He’d Confront ISIS
PEEKSKILL, N.Y. — Former Peekskill Mayor and 2016 presidential candidate George Pataki sat down with U.S. News & World Report to discuss a number of hot-button political issues, including how he would deal with ISIS if he were sitting in the Oval Office.
Pataki said he would ramp up military action against ISIS, including bombing campaigns and special ops strikes. Pataki also said he’d consider arming anti-ISIS groups like Peshmerga and the Sunni Sheiks in Anbar Province, U.S. News & World Report said.
Pataki also discussed several other issues, including campaign finance, taxes and the recent nuclear accord with Iran.