Donald Trump is going to withdraw the US troops quickly from Syria. Critics warn strongly against this step. Now the President seems to throttle at least a little pace.
US President Donald Trump is considering, according to the influential Republican Senator Lindsey rich Graham, a delay of the withdrawal of the ISAF troops from Syria. "The President understands the need to bring the work to the end," said Graham after a conversation with Trump at the White house. 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 regarded as a close Confidant of Donald Trumps.criticism of trump's decision
The Senator from South Carolina is considered a close Confidant of Trumps. Graham has commented, however, extremely critical of trump's recent announcement, all of the approximately 2000 American soldiers from Syria to deduct. The step of the President on the grounds that he does not think that the terrorist militia "Islamic state" despite the ongoing fighting in the civil war, the country defeated.
in addition to Democrats responded, other Republicans with horror on the project, which should be implemented according to previous information from the government officials quickly. 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.