Carlos Lopez-Cantera: Brussels Attacks Show Need for Strategy Against Terrorism
On Tuesday, Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera, now running in the Republican primary to replace U.S Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., weighed in on the terrorist attacks in Brussels.
"Our prayers are with the people of Belgium and the victims of these horrific terrorist attacks in Brussels,” Lopez-Cantera said. “These attacks of radical extremist terrorism are a painful reminder that the threat of ISIS continues to be a clear and present danger.
“As President Obama enjoys his Caribbean vacation in Cuba, which was until recently a state sponsor of terrorism, he has yet to outline any concrete plans for eliminating ISIS," Lopez-Cantera added. “We must develop a strategy where America leads and we work with our allies around the globe to wholly and completely wipe ISIS off the face of the planet.”
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