‘to be or not to be’, US-style

«An idle life always produces varied inclinations»
— Marcus Annaeus Lucanus



October 18, 2017 — Pentagon: No Plans to Withdraw U.S. Troops Even After ISIS Defeat (Source).


November 30, 2017 — Coalition: Over 400 US Marines to Leave Syria. Marines and Artillery Ordered Home (Source).


December 11, 2017 — Sarah Sanders: the US did not plan to withdraw its troops from Syria, despite Russia’s decision to pullout the military contingent from the country (Source / Video).


March 30, 2018 — Trump: «We’ll be coming out of Syria, like, very soon» (Source).


April 3, 2018 — Trump: «I want to get out. I want to bring our troops back home. I want to start rebuilding our nation» (Source).


April 5, 2018 — President Donald Trump has agreed to delay withdrawing troops from Syria after clashing with Pompeo and Joint Chiefs of Staff (Source).


April 24, 2018 — Trump: «As far as Syria’s concerned, I would love to get out. I’d love to bring our incredible warriors back home» (Source).


April 30, 2018 — James Mattis: US Doesn’t Want to Leave Syria While War Is Ongoing (Source).


June 29, 2018 — President Trump brought up the idea of pulling U.S. troops out of Syria during a private meeting with King Abdullah II of Jordan (Source).


September 24, 2018 — John Bolton: U.S. forces will stay in Syria until Iran and its proxies depart (Source).


December 19, 2018 — Trump: «After historic victories against ISIS, it’s time to bring our great young people home!» (Source).


So judge for yourself whether to take Trump’s intention to [finally] withdraw a US troops from Syria seriously. Sounds more like fake news.


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