Radio host David Webb said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is one of the last people he would ever take national security advice from.

Warren questioned President Trump's decision to drop the "mother of all bombs" ordnance on ISIS tunnels in Nangarhar, Afghanistan.

"What is the strategy?" Warren asked earlier this week.


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Webb said he would not take national security nor foreign policy advice from Warren.

"She knows virtually nothing about it," he said, adding that Warren is trying to gain political points by criticizing Trump.

He said she and President Obama are examples of Democrats who prefer "crowd-sourcing" military strategy and penning "strongly-worded letters" rather than conferring with U.S. generals.

Democratic strategist Krystal Ball said Warren was questioning Trump because the "mother of all bombs" decision seemed to clash with his campaign rhetoric.


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