Mattis says ISIS 'will resurge' in Syria following Trump's move to withdraw US troops
Sunday, 13 October 2019 Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis criticized President Trump’s decision to remove American troops from Syria, saying in his first public comments on the matter that the Islamic State now “will resurge” in the region.
Politico reports former Defense Secretary James Mattis said ISIS "will resurge" in Syria. His remarks were his first public comments following President Donald Trump's withdrawal of troops from the region. After Trump's announcement, Turkey launched an offensive against Kurdish forces. The Kurds have...
Michael Ware, former Time Magazine and CNN war correspondent, joins Larry with his take on President Trump's controversial decision to pull U.S. troops from Syria. Plus, why he thinks a U.S. withdrawal..
General Kenneth McKenzie is the top U.S. military commander in the Middle East.
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U.S. troops that President Trump said were coming home from Syria are instead moving into Iraq. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said the soldiers will continue... CBS News Also reported by •Al Jazeera •Seattle Times