White House announces plan to cut, run from northern Syria, leaving Kurds to battle Turkish invasion

Late Sunday night, the White House put out a statement announcing their plan to remove troops from northern Syria.

In the statement, the White House said Turkey plans to invade that region and that the United States refuses to do anything or even be in that region when it occurs.

The move leaves the Kurdish people, who have fought with us since 9/11, to battle Turkey by themselves.

The move was met with bipartisan criticism, even Trump ally Lindsey Graham criticized the move to abandon the Kurdish people.

Of course, President Trump sent out a tweet following the criticism in which he talked about his “great and unmatched wisdom.”

Following the tweets from the president, a reporter from an Israeli news station tweeted out video of bombs being dropped in the area.

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