President Trump said on Monday he did not think it would be necessary to keep a limited number of US troops in Syria, except to let some troops to secure oil as he did in the way As he had ordered the withdrawal of troops from Syria, faced with counter-reactions is northern Syria.
Mr. Trump said in a Cabinet meeting with high-level White House officials and departmental secretaries, saying troops in Syria would be sent to another location before finally going home.
The President also insisted that in the conflict between the Turks and the Kurdish allies "both sides must be considered" because "many Turks were killed because of conflicts at their borders". Mr. Trump reiterated his view that the Kurds who have lost thousands of lives in the fight against the US are "no angels".
"We never agreed to protect the Kurds for the rest of their lives," said Mr. Trump in the Cabinet meeting.
The President insisted on the ceasefire that the US claims to have concluded with Turkey, although Turkey claims it has not agreed to a ceasefire. The Commander-in-Chief said he had captured ISIS, claiming he knew more than experts or anyone else on the subject.
Mr. Trump said he had withdrawn troops from northern Syria to reduce the US presence in the Middle East, but in the meantime the US is sending thousands of troops to Saudi Arabia.
The President's criticism of Syria comes at a time He needs republican allies above all, as the democratization investigation of the Democrats is progressing rapidly. A number of senior government officials were called to testify on Capitol Hill.
At the weekend, Presidentnext year at his club near Miami, after the reigning White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, held a press conference for express purpose from holding announcement and defense of the summit. At the same press conference, Mulvaney said the government had withheld Ukraine's help in order to pressure Ukraine to investigate alleged events surrounding the 201
Mr. Trump claimed the club's G-7 summit was better than any other G-7 summit. He also insisted that he did not need the money or promotion from the summit, and told reporters, "I think I get promoted more than any person who has ever lived."
The President also deplored the protection of Whistleblowers who carried out the promotion filed a complaint that launched the Democrats' indictment and provided evidence that the whistleblower's complaint was incorrect.
Mr. Trump did not respond to a reporter's question as to whether Mulvaney would remain as acting chief of staff. Mulvaney was in the room.