'With zero public debate,Trump has thrown America back into the Mideast quagmire. In the few short months since he became president, he has made clear that his No. 1 foreign policy priority is to “demolish and destroy” Islamic terrorism. Just a week after taking office, Trump visited the Pentagon to task his generals to develop a comprehensive plan to defeat ISIS, saying with characteristic confidence: “I think it’s going to be very successful.”In framing the terrorist challenge, Trump has taken a page out of Bush’s playbook; he has embraced rhetoric suggesting an existential civilizational clash between the U.S. and Islamic extremists. Like Bush, he seems enamored with massive demonstrations of American military might. He has warned state sponsors of terrorism like Iran that they are “playing with fire.” But he claims to reject the notion of regime change.'unless it's North Korea.'