Has US Policy On Syria Changed Under Trump?

In this Sunday, Feb. 26. 2017 photo, Safana Hamad, a displaced Iraqi mother, mourns over the body of her four-year-old daughter Manar, after she was killed in an Islamic State mortar attack while trying to flee fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State militants, in western Mosul, Iraq. As Iraqi forces push deeper into western Mosul, the assault is bringing a surge of casualties -- at least 30 Iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians killed or wounded in the last three days. (AP Photo/Susannah George)
In this Sunday, Feb. 26. 2017 photo, Safana Hamad, a displaced Iraqi mother, mourns over the body of her four-year-old daughter Manar, after she was killed in an Islamic State mortar attack while trying to flee fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State militants, in western Mosul, Iraq. As Iraqi forces push deeper into western Mosul, the assault is bringing a surge of casualties -- at least 30 Iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians killed or wounded in the last three days. (AP Photo/Susannah George)
In this Sunday, Feb. 26. 2017 photo, Safana Hamad, a displaced Iraqi mother, mourns over the body of her four-year-old daughter Manar, after she was killed in an Islamic State mortar attack while trying to flee fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State militants, in western Mosul, Iraq. As Iraqi forces push deeper into western Mosul, the assault is bringing a surge of casualties -- at least 30 Iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians killed or wounded in the last three days. (AP Photo/Susannah George)
In this Sunday, Feb. 26. 2017 photo, Safana Hamad, a displaced Iraqi mother, mourns over the body of her four-year-old daughter Manar, after she was killed in an Islamic State mortar attack while trying to flee fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State militants, in western Mosul, Iraq. As Iraqi forces push deeper into western Mosul, the assault is bringing a surge of casualties -- at least 30 Iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians killed or wounded in the last three days. (AP Photo/Susannah George)

Has US Policy On Syria Changed Under Trump?

Security analysts have argued that President Donald Trump’s strategy for combating ISIS has remained relatively similar to that of the Obama administration, but Slate’s Joshua Keating points to a doubling of civilian fatalities as a sign that’s not necessarily the case. He joins Worldview to discuss.