Eric Schmitt and Helene Cooper at The New York Times reported Thursday that while hundreds of U.S. troops are departing Syria, hundreds more are being inserted there. When this exchange is done, there will be about 900 U.S. troops there, compared with the 1,000 that were there when Donald Trump ordered a complete withdrawal as a favor to the Turks prior to their invasion of the Kurdish part of Syria.
Jets head coach Adam Gase must get his head out of his play sheet and actually coach the entire team, or else owner Christopher Johnson must make him do so.
If Gen. John Shalikashvili, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1993-97, were alive today, how would he judge Trump’s withdrawal from Syria? One might think the Army general would be dead-set against the pullout in large part because he was a huge proponent of working with, rather than turning
President Trump's 2020 reelection campaign has announced the formation of Veterans for Trump, an attempt at recruiting and connecting with veterans—in spite of the fact that the President's withdrawal of military forces from Syria has made him a controversial figure in some military circles.
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The visit of the Turkish president to the White House has spurred Kurdish-American activists into action.