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Middle East analyst makes dire prediction over Trump-Syria backlash

Hudson Institute senior Middle East analyst Michael Pregent provides his perspective on the White House’s decision to pull U.S. troops out of northern Syria.

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  1. If you need to know what’s going on see what Rand Paul says about all this

  2. Flynn was an admitted Turkish agent and a lot of money changed hands. It makes no sense for America to invite turkey to take over Kurdish lands – turkey has stated it will obliterate the kurdish people.
    Flynn was accused of arranging many things with turkey for a price…

  3. Policing other countries is NOT OUR JOB. These governments need to learn to stand on their own and take responsibility for protecting their own people. We get NOTHING of value from the Middle East. The US is energy independent….in fact we are now a net energy exporter.

  4. Time for Europe to withdraw from Nato, forma European Army. Buy only European weapons and see the US for what it is. An adversary and next time when the US invade yet another country like Iraq who had nothing to do with 9/11. The Europeans should ship the millions of refugees straight to Trump’s heartland. Trump is a lunatic and nobody seem toi be able to end his presidency. Everyone knwos the Erdogan is an ISIS ally.

  5. Look I don't like Trump, But I completely agree with Trump on this we no obligation to the world get in their wars, we once created Mujahidin to fight Soviet now they're called al-Qaeda caused 9/11 Good Job Mr.Trump

  6. Classic Loony Donny move. Create a distraction. This a$$hole again shows that he does not value
    loyalty. I hope his supporters will finally see this clown for what he is: Egotistical Moron!

  7. Warmongers are worried about the pullout.

  8. There are 50 USA soldiers that are coming home. Again 50 total soldiers coming home. Are you really making an argument about bringing 50 people home?

  9. The truth is The US is becomming unreliable. And that is a truth that breaks my hart.

  10. Get this idiot off the show if he wants to go fight in Syria then send him and his family and then see if he still wants to stay there and fight , chicken hawk rat

  11. Well done trump 👍 good man , great decision

  12. Cadet Bone Spurs was a lily livered coward in 1968 and he's still a lily livered coward in 2019. No guts, no backbone. What a failure as a leader?

  13. Trump the Traitor !!!!!!!!

  14. So did Trump just betray the Kurds because
    (a) He has business interests in Turkey
    (b) Erdogan, being a brutal autocrat, is his kind of guy
    (c) His boss Vladimir Putin told him to

    Remarkable that all three stories are perfectly plausible.

  15. Why is Trump abandoning our allies in Syria, the Kurds?
     "I have a little conflict of interest ’cause I have a major, major building in Istanbul,” Trump boasted in response. “It’s a tremendously successful job. It’s called Trump Towers — two towers, instead of one, not the usual one; it’s two. And I’ve gotten to know Turkey very well. They’re amazing people, they’re incredible people. They have a strong leader.”

    He said then that the situation was “complicated,” adding, “I thrive on complicated.” Trump did not reveal what he would do in the region if he were to become commander in chief.

    Trump still profits from Trump Towers in Istanbul, and the “strong leader” then was the same as now: President Erdogan.

  16. Trump wouldn't have done this without being told too by someone better minded on the issue

  17. Time for a new president. Thank you trump.

  18. time for Trump to pay his master Putin

  19. Erdogan is a jagoff and a criminal. Research his history. This guy cant be trusted further than he can be thrown….and his phony coup attempt too.

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