A draft letter was leaked, notifying Iraq American troops would be leaving after 17 years.
MSNBC's Bill Neely: US Troop Withdrawal From Syria 'Win For Assad, Win For Putin, And A Win For Tehran'
MSNBC's Bill Neely discusses the breaking news that the U.S. is going to withdraw all troops from Syria with host Alex Witt.
Detailing the heartbreaking scene, the U.S. soldiers are devastated by what is happening to their allies, the Kurds, and the Syrian civilians left to the Turkish military attacks.
Leaving Syria Without 'A Plan' And 'Believe Me There's No Plan' Puts Troops At Risk Says Former U.S. Envoy
Brett McGurk resigned his post after Trump was unduly influenced by Turkey's leader and hastily announced a Syrian troop withdrawal.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham was very unhappy with CNN's Dana Bash for daring to point out that President Obama pulled troops out of Iraq because he was honoring Bush's Status of Forces Agreement.
Sen. Lindsey Graham didn't take kindly to CNN's Dana Bash pointing out that the reason President Obama withdrew troops from Iraq was because he was honoring a status of forces agreement negotiated by the Bush administration.
White House spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp tells Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade she's "not going to get into the internal discussions of how the decision was made" when asked to name a single adviser who told Trump to pull troops out of Syria.
The 700 Club's Pat Robertson said Trump was only bluffing and was faking out the world when he said he was pulling ytoops out of Syria. I guess he faked out Gen. Mattis to resign.
The evangelical leader is clinging to the idea that Trump was not being serious when he ordered the troops to leave Syria.
Sen. Tom Cotton tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that "every Iraqi leader" wanted a new status of forces agreement and blames the Obama administration, not the Iraqi parliament, for the failure to negotiate a new one.
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