trump's sudden decision for a withdrawal from Syria, has also caught the environment cold. He do what he had promised, he defended himself. A Trump-Familiar suggests that the withdrawal could take longer.
US President Donald Trump has rejected criticism of his decision to withdraw troops from Syria again in focus. He had made this choice to fight the soldiers from Syria and other places to be deducted, wrote Trump on Twitter. He's doing what he said. "If anyone other than Donald Trump would have done what I have done in Syria, (...) he'd be a national Hero," said the President. "The is is largely gone, we send our soldiers now slowly home to their families, while we fight at the same time the Remnants of the IS."
Slowly home? First of all, Trump had announced a rapid withdrawal, of a few months. The sudden decision for a withdrawal of some 2000 US soldiers was met with his national security advisors as well as with Republican and democratic members of Congress about his concerns and criticism. Minister of defense James Mattis handed in his resignation and said goodbye on the last day of the year of the Pentagon employees. Together with the allies of the USA, you should continue to work against common enemies, wrote Mattis.In a "break situation?
Now, there are hints of Trumps environment, that the deduction shall not, however, go quite so fast across the stage. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham indicated after a meeting with Trump the possibility of a delay in the withdrawal of the ISAF troops. The plans would slow down to "clever way," said Graham. "The President understands the need to bring the work to the end." He assumes that the President, with the withdrawal of US waiting troops up to the jihadists militia "Islamic state" is completely defeated. Literally, he said: "I think we are in a break situation."
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is now considered a close Confidant of Donald Trumps.
The White house has not commented so far to the representation of the Senator. Also Graham had criticized Trump for his Syria stance publicly. On the Sunday immediately before the Meeting with Trump, he had explained on CNN, the too rapid withdrawal from Syria was a "huge step backwards". The Senator has long been regarded as intra-party critics of the President, but it is now his Confidant.
in addition to Democrats responded, other Republicans with dismay to the announced rapid deduction. Syria should not be the Iranians leave, said Graham. "This is a nightmare for Israel." He wanted to lead the fight against the enemy in its backyard, not in the American. "That's why we need a while a forward-looking force in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan."Kurds in the lurch
can Also American allies were shocked by trump's withdrawal plan, all Syrian Kurds, who have fought side by side with the USA against the IS - and now a counter-Offensive of the Turkey to fear. To do this, Graham said, Trump is the fate of the Kurds are very well aware of.
critics also argue that a U.S. troop withdrawal, Iran and Russia, the strength, the support the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The national security Advisor in the White house, John Bolton, will travel next weekend to Israel and Turkey, to discuss the withdrawal plans.