Ryan Mauro is the National Security Analyst for the Clarion Project, an educational organization focused on Islamist extremism and providing a platform for Muslim voices against it. Their films like “Obsession,” “The Third Jihad,” and “Honor Diaries” have been seen by over 50 million people.
No doubt President-elect Donald Trump is assuming a real mess on several fronts: a stagnant economy in enormous debt; a national health care program crippling families; and a nation severely divided morally. He also faces some huge decisions on how to combat the growing threat of Islamic terrorism shredding the Middle East and threatening much of Europe. Is it a threat to America as well? What are some of the first things Trump needs to address regarding Islamic terrorism?
Ryan Mauro of The Clarion Project joins us to give us his “Five Issues for Trump on Radical Islam” and what he needs to start addressing even before he takes office in January.
*Who will advise him and who is Trump surrounding himself with?
*ISIS and Al Qaida—do ISIS defeats only strengthen Al Qaida?
*The Iran Nuclear deal—scrap it, modify it or “police” it?
*What exactly is his ideology against radical Islam:
*Intervene for regime change or be more isolationist?
*Designating The Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization:
*What affect would that have in the U.S.?
*Significant Obama advisors with Brotherhood ties…