Trump tells GOP senators he’s sticking to Syria and Afghanistan pullout

Trump tells GOP senators he’s sticking to Syria and Afghanistan pullout

President Trump has reportedly told a group of Republican senators Wednesday that he is sticking with his plan to draw down US forces in Syria and Afghanistan. Sen. Rand Paul praised Trump’s call to stick with his controversial decision. Paul declined to reveal any specifics Trump shared about his timelines for withdrawal.

Christopher Harbutt
Christopher Harbutt 1 year

Good Trump.

Johannes H Laxdal
Johannes H Laxdal 1 year

Good Trump

Blaeingr 1 year

Without clear goals, conflict is wasteful.

Mr. Guevara
Mr. Guevara 1 year

The timing of this attack is weird. I think most the members of ISIS have zero critical thinking skills and probably have an IQ of 60 but when then, if your enemy says they will withdraw from your territory after defeating you. Then why the hell would they do an attack directed against Americans while they are working on leaving. What kind of move is that? That's like being behind enemy lines and you hear them saying "We've defeated the enemy let's leave this area" Then you popping up and screaming "No you didn't! I'm still here!" what kind of move is that?

Smasher Devourer
Smasher Devourer 1 year

What people don't understand about Syria is that the only way for us to be on the right side here is to help Asad. But our goverment has spent the last 6 to 7 demonizing him. We shoot ourselves in the foot in the middle east at every turn since the Carter adminstration. i think its time we forget about that whole region. Hell the world.

Jarret Durst
Jarret Durst 1 year

I’m having a problem on who to side with here. On the Trump side, I love the thought of brining our troops home and no need to have our troops over there. On the other hand, I’ve listened to special forces talk about the situation and read about past situations in the Middle East. During Iraq, special forces had to help train Iraqi forces because they were so ill prepared with gear and training that it might as well not been relevant militaristic force against terrorist groups. I just wonder if it is the same deal in Syria. If we pull out now and there is nobody to stand against the evils of terrorism it has a high chance of being it growing without opposition. I’m curious what other people’s thoughts are on this.

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Washington never should have been there to begin with. Syria will win the fight alongside its allies, against ISIS and company. The secular society of Syria vehemently opposes the repugnant Wahhabism of Saudi Arabia & ISIS.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 1 year

then stick to it and get it done NOW!!!

yuckycrumpet 1 year

ISIS blew up a few servicemen yesterday. One last hurrah before they agree they're beaten for sure

Isaac SAKER 1 year

He really should he needs Those troops to defend America as the Chinese threat is growing ever so closely

Vault Tec USA
Vault Tec USA 1 year

Ok Trump

Rage Against the Vagine
Rage Against the Vagine 1 year

this administration has ADHD. during the congressional elections Isis was crossing the southern border then they we're defeated in the Mideast, then they killed more people in the most recent bombing. they can't be so defeated that they are still sending people, internationally might I add, to infiltrate the US with a grand total of zero attacks. zero credibility. anyone just taking what they say at face value needs their ability for critical thinking examined

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