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Recently, GQ writer Julia Ioffe claimed that President Trump had radicalized more people than ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) on CNN’s The Lead with Jake Tapper. According to media reports, she said that “I think, you know, this president [Donald Trump], one of the things that he really launched his presidential run on is talking about Islamic radicalization, and this president has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did. ISIS had, like 10,000 members. I think the president has far more supporters who espouse an equally hateful ideology.”.
Some media analysts believe that comparing President of the United States with a terrorist organization is not a patriotic action. Furthermore, they argued that miss Ioffe should apologize for using such language. Whereas, others argued that ISIS instigates religious violence, whereas, Trump instigates political violence. They argue that Trump has radicalized more people than ISIS.
This scenario instigated a debate across social media regarding whether Trump really radicalized more people than ISIS?