By Patrick Goodenough | October 14, 2019
President Trump sounded a somber note on Saturday as he defended a widely-criticized decision to pull U.S. troops away from a part of Syria where Turkish forces are now attacking Kurdish fighters allied to the U.S., saying it was time to bring American soldiers home.
“The Kurds are tending to leave [the area] and that’s good,” Trump said. “Let them have their borders, but I don’t think our soldiers should be there for the next 50 years, guarding a border between Turkey and Syria, when we can’t guard our own borders at home. I don’t think so.”
“We’ve been in these wars now, one of them 19 years,” he said at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, in reference to the war in Afghanistan, the longest military engagement in American history............To Read More......