Jeremy Corbyn showed he's "living in a dreamworld" in his comments on Sally Ann Jones and showed why "no-one should ever vote for a party that he leads."
That's according to Richard Kemp, a former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, who spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer on talkRADIO this morning.
It is reported that Jones, a British beauty therapist who travelled to Syria with her son to join Isis, was killed in a drone strike earlier this year.
Corbyn has suggested it would have been better had Jones been kept alive and brought to trial. But Kemp said "there's no possibility [of doing this] except by a special forces raid perhaps.
"You would do quite rightly what the United States did which was kill her with a drone strike. There's not really any argument against that as far as I can see.
"It's a warzone, she's one of our enemies, we're entirely right to kill her."
Corbyn, said Kemp, "always seems to take the side of our enemies," and thus should never be trusted by the British people.