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Trump Defends Decision To Withdraw Support For Kurds In Syria

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Trump Defends Decision To Withdraw Support For Kurds In Syria

Trump Defends Decision To Withdraw Support For Kurds In Syria

US president Donald Trump defends his decision to withdraw support for Kurdish allies in Syria by saying they did not help the US during the second world war, citing Normandy as an example.

Kurdish forces did fight alongside the US against Isis for nearly five years before Trump's call to remove US troops from the region.

Turkish troops advance into Syria as Trump washes his hands of the Kurds.

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