Trump defends troop pullback in northern Syria
Wednesday, 9 October 2019 (
1 week ago)
Turkish forces launched airstrikes on Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria, President Trump said the U.S. was "speaking to both sides and seeing what can be made of it." He acknowledged that ISIS fighters in the area could be "escaping to Europe," but he went on to complain that the U.S. was providing security that he said was the responsibility of Europe as well as Russia, Iran, Iraq and Syria.
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U.S. President Donald Trump defended his decision to withdraw American forces from northeastern Syria which critics say has effectively opened the door for a Turkish incursion. Havovi Cooper reports. Trump defends major policy shift in Syria 02:10
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