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Trump Says He’s Already Beaten ISIS ‘Decisively’ in Syria, Says He Doesn’t Want to Bring Back Troops to ‘Beat Everybody Again’

President Donald Trump has justified his obvious betrayal of Kurds in Syria by claiming that for the reason that Islamic State militant group (ISIS) was defeated “badly and decisively”, he now not desires troops within the area “to defeat everybody again”.

Speaking outdoors the White House earlier than a marketing campaign rally in Minneapolis on Thursday, Trump additionally claimed that Turkey’s actions to launch the full-fledged incursion, with floor troops and airstrikes, was being unfairly handled—presumably by politicians and media—though he added that he hopes to mediate a brand new settlement between the Kurds and Turks.

Trump’s feedback adopted a sequence of tweets on the topic by which he mentioned: “We defeated 100% of the ISIS Caliphate and now not have any troops within the space below assault by Turkey, in Syria.

“We did our job completely! Now Turkey is attacking the Kurds, who’ve been combating one another for 200 years.

“We have one of three choices: Send in thousands of troops and win militarily, hit Turkey very hard Financially and with sanctions, or mediate a deal between Turkey and the Kurds!”

Trump Says He's Already Beaten ISIS 'Decisively' in Syria, Says He Doesn't Want to Bring Back Troops to 'Beat Everybody Again'
U.S. President Donald Trump solutions questions outdoors the White House earlier than departing for a marketing campaign rally in Minneapolis on October 10, 2019. Getty

When requested by reporters which of the three choices he most popular, Trump mentioned it was the choice to strike a deal.

“Look, we have no soldiers in Syria,” he mentioned. “We’ve received. We’ve beat ISIS and we have beat them badly and decisively. We haven’t any troopers. The final thing I need to do is convey hundreds and hundreds of troopers in and defeat all people once more. We’ve already performed that.

“So what we’ve got is actually two selections. You have the selection of bringing within the navy and defeating all people once more or you’ve got the selection of financially doing a little sturdy issues to Turkey in order that they take it a little bit bit straightforward on competitors that I do not assume is being handled pretty in some ways.

“I hope we can mediate.”

President Trump on Syria: “We’ve won. We beat ISIS. We beat them badly and decisively. We have no soldiers. The last thing I want to do is bring thousands and thousands of soldiers in and beat everybody again. We’ve already done that.”

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— CSPAN (@cspan) October 10, 2019

Trump’s feedback observe widespread criticism of his choice to withdraw troops from north-eastern Syria, seemingly with out session, leaving the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) to fend off an assault from Turkey inside Syria’s border by itself.

The SDF had been instrumental in combating ISIS in Syria and suffered upwards of 10,000 casualties in combating the phobia group.

At a peace convention in August—to be able to present their seriousness about stability within the area—the group agreed to demilitarize the border with Turkey, in return for U.S. help and protections in opposition to invasion.

Now that U.S. help has immediately been withdrawn, many—together with retired normal John Keane and GOP Senator Marco Rubio—say that the Islamic State radical group can re-emerge resulting from Trump’s actions, undoing 5 years of struggle.

Trump Says He's Already Beaten ISIS 'Decisively' in Syria, Says He Doesn't Want to Bring Back Troops to 'Beat Everybody Again'
Smoke rises from the Syrian city of Tal Abyad after Turkey launched a full-fledged navy offensive, with floor troops and airstrikes, into the nation on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. Getty

Turkey’s offensive into Syria was launched inside 4 days of a telephone name between Trump and Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdogan on Sunday, the place Erdogan was given the inexperienced gentle for his navy ambitions,

Erdogan claimed the operation is aimed toward making a 20-mile “safe zone” from his nation’s borders, aiming to clear the area of Kurdish “terrorists” in order that refugee camps could be established and in order that Syrian refugees displaced from the eight-year civil struggle can return.

But until halted by diplomatic means, the operation is prone to result in months extra of struggle, with many already warning of the humanitarian value.

Turkey has proven no willingness to cease its march nonetheless—with Erdogan repeatedly defending the operation and threatening his European neighbors he’ll “open the gates” to Syrian refugees in the event that they oppose his plans. And though it was under no circumstances a a comperehensive peace accord between Turkey and the SDF, a deal was already in place – till the U.S. eliminated its ensures from the Kurdish group.

NEW: Trump duties State Dept to “find common ground” b/t Turks and Kurds to give you ceasefire in N Syria, in accordance with a senior State Dept official. (That was the Security Mechanism the Pentagon fastidiously negotiated, which went out the window throughout POTUS telephone name Sunday.)

— Jennifer Griffin (@JenGriffinFNC) October 10, 2019

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