By Yvette Carnell
There are no more American priorities. Only the priorities of multinational corporations, and their proxy, who work as American politicians.
Here’s the ISIS cost so far:
The United States has spent more than $3 billion on the military campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Pentagon said in an update Monday.
The U.S. has spent $3.21 billion as of July 15, spokesman Bill Urban said. Since the campaign against ISIS began on Aug. 6, the military operations have cost an average of $9.4 million per day.