Over the weekend, President Trump tweeted a condemnation of Syria and Russia’s assault on the Idlib province. Yet even the US government special envoy for Syria admitted on video that Idlib is home to the largest concentration of al-Qaeda fighters. Are Trump’s advisors feeding him false information? Why continue the disastrous policy of backing al-Qaeda and other extremists in hope of overthrowing Assad? Why doesn’t US policy change even after it is shown to be a huge failure? Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:
Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.
5 thoughts on “By Backing al-Qaeda, Trump Continues Obama’s Horrible Syria Policy”
We wage war on terror by lending aid and comfort to terrorists. No, wait. Our enemies fear us because we support them. No, wait. We want regime change so our allies, the terrorists, can take over and run the country. It’s so confusing. Ok, wait. The Shia Crescent is a yuuge threat to us so salafism is the answer.
Trump is condemning Russia’s RoE targeting hospitals and civilians.
He is not defending AQ.
The U.S. has bombed hospitals… See the Kunduz airstrike… And the Doctors Without Borders airstrikes…
There is a huge difference between accidents and a deliberate strategy.
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