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USA not “Police in the Middle East”: Trump defends Syria revoking my backstroke

President Donald Trump took on Twitter Thursday with a comprehensive defense of his decision to withdraw US forces from Syria, by presenting it as a campaign troop, held by growing bipartisan backlash from legislators."If the United States wants to be a police in the Middle East, DO NOT, but spend precious lives and trillions of dollars to protect others who, in most cases, do not appreciate what we do?" Trump tweeted. "Do we want to be there forever?"However, that argument opposes warnings of a two-part coalition of legislators Wednesday night after the president's announcement."The withdrawal of US presence from Syria also supports two other opponents to the United States, Iran and Russia," wrote the group in a letter addressed to Trump. "As you know, both Iran and Russia are using the Syrian conflict as a stage to enlarge their influence in the region."The letter was signed by Sens. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., Jeanne Shaheen, DN.H., Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, Angus King, I-Maine, Tom Cotton, R-Ark, and Marco Rubio, R-Fla.The criticism lineed by "Fox and Friends" host Brian Kilmeade just minutes before the president sent out his first defensive tweet."He does exactly not worse than President Obama did. This is worse than being blurred on the" red line, "said Kilmeade.At a press conference on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that he approved Trump's decision to withdraw US forces."If the United States removes its quota, it's correct, Putin said." Let's not forget that US troops, your troops in Syria were not legitimate. "The…

President Donald Trump took on Twitter Thursday with a comprehensive defense of his decision to withdraw US forces from Syria, by presenting it as a campaign troop, held by growing bipartisan backlash from legislators.

“If the United States wants to be a police in the Middle East, DO NOT, but spend precious lives and trillions of dollars to protect others who, in most cases, do not appreciate what we do?” Trump tweeted. “Do we want to be there forever?”

However, that argument opposes warnings of a two-part coalition of legislators Wednesday night after the president’s announcement.

“The withdrawal of US presence from Syria also supports two other opponents to the United States, Iran and Russia,” wrote the group in a letter addressed to Trump. “As you know, both Iran and Russia are using the Syrian conflict as a stage to enlarge their influence in the region.”

The letter was signed by Sens. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., Jeanne Shaheen, DN.H., Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, Angus King, I-Maine, Tom Cotton, R-Ark, and Marco Rubio, R-Fla.

The criticism lineed by “Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade just minutes before the president sent out his first defensive tweet.

“He does exactly not worse than President Obama did. This is worse than being blurred on the” red line, “said Kilmeade.

At a press conference on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that he approved Trump’s decision to withdraw US forces.

“If the United States removes its quota, it’s correct, Putin said.” Let’s not forget that US troops, your troops in Syria were not legitimate. “

The sudden character of the president’s decision, as he confirmed in a Wednesday morning tweet, apparently reported many of his military advisors and government department.

But the president claims Thursday that it would not be “surprising” and was in line with many of the promises he made before and during his running for president.

Trump continued consistently against the United States military adventurism in the Middle East, at one point that made the argument “all that touched In the Middle East, they have been bumped. “

And in a news conference in April, Trump anticipates the possibility of revocation.

“We are coming out of Syria, just like, very soon. Let the other people take care of it now,” said Trump.

In a video published on his Twitter Wednesday night and again on Thursday morning, Trump reiterated his claim that the US has “won against ISIS” and suggested that US troops killed in action in overseas conflicts look down with pride in Syria’s decision.

“We are proud to have done it,” said Trump. “And I tell you that they are there looking down on us and there is no happier or more proud of their families to put them in a position where they have done so well for so many people.”

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