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In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly criticized President Obama's failed strategy in containing ISIS and outlined his vision to defeat the terror group.

O'Reilly lamented Obama's "same-old, same-old" response to the Brussels terror attack, arguing that Islamic terrorism has grown in "ferocity" over the last seven years.

"The solution is to mobilize the NATO alliance against the savages and take the fight to them," O'Reilly said. 

He said that the U.S. and its western allies are essentially fighting a "war of reaction," a strategy he said has "failed dismally."

"It is simply incredible that a jihadist group comprised of about 30,000 savages can wreak this much destruction and still sit down to dinner tonight without any fear of reprisal."

He said that no candidate on the Democratic nor Republican side has presented a credible plan for defeating the terrorist organization.

"Right now there is no one willing to stand up to this ISIS scourge. No one."

Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.


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