Trump gives no timetable for Syria, wants to protect Kurds


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(Worthy News) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the United States would get out of Syria slowly 'over a period of time' and would protect the U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in the country as Washington draws down troops.

Trump did not provide a timetable for the planned military exit from Syria, which he announced last month against the advice of top national security aides and without consulting lawmakers or U.S. allies participating in anti-Islamic State operations.

The decision prompted Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to resign. Trump said on Wednesday he had essentially fired Mattis, whose letter of resignation was seen as a sharp rebuke to the Republican president. [ Source: Reuters (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Trump gives no timetable for Syria, wants to protect Kurds”

  1. It's not good for U S troop to quickly withdraw for their withdraw will give chance for Iran. Also may god help president trump for his plan concerning Syria.

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