The Iraqi Prime Minister endorses trump for the fulfillment of the focus on ISIS


President Trump on Monday held his first meeting with Iraq’s Prime Minister Monday, as the American leader shapes his policy for the victory over the Islamic state group.

With Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in the White house, Trump said, Iran is one of the issues his team will work together with the Iraqi delegation. He took the opportunity to criticise the nuclear deal his predecessor, Barack Obama is pursuing with Iran.

“One of the things I question is Why President Obama will sign that agreement with Iran?’ because no one could figure out that it said” Trump. “But maybe one day we will find out.”

Trump said that he hopes to address the “vacuum” that was created when the Islamic state group claimed that Iraq and added, “we should not run” in Iraq in the first place.

Talking to trump in the bilateral meeting with al-Abadi said that Iraq is “the strongest Anti-terrorism forces, but we are looking forward to further cooperation between us and the USA”.

Trump sat down on a promise to dramatically “ramp-up” of the assault and has vowed to stamp out “radical Islamic terrorism.” So far, he has not specified, a dramatic change of course.

Like Obama before him, Trump has not suggested, any sharp increases in troop strength or in air attacks against militant targets looking to avoid, that the image of an invading force.

Earlier Monday, trump welcomed al-Abadi in the Oval Office shortly after the FBI Director James Comey said the FBI and justice Department have Trump no information to substantiate ‘ s claims that Obama listened to him before the election.

As the reporters were leaving, al-Abadi leaned over Trump, and joked, “We have nothing to do with the wiretap.”

The Iraqi premier ‘ s first visit to Washington since Trump’s inauguration, before Trump is home to a 68-nation is aligned, is the fight against the militant group.

While al-Abadi recent visit to Washington, worked with the Iraqi premier, drum up more financial and military support, as he faced the difficult task of rebuilding cities destroyed in the fight against the Islamic state group. He is also trying to help support, the country will confront a humanitarian crisis, with more than 4 million people displaced in the fighting.

When he left Baghdad for the Monday afternoon meeting in the White house, al-Abadi said in a video statement, “We are in the last Chapter, to eliminate the last stages of the military in Iraq.”

But as the Iraqi forces come closer to retaking the city of Mosul-it is the militant group, the largest fortress in Iraq-the extent to which the trump administration is willing to undertake the efforts to rebuild the Iraqi cities, many of them in ruins from the fighting, remains to be seen.

Trump, the budget would cut the proposal by about 30 percent of the funding for the State Department and the U.S. Agency for International development.

Both make a significant contribution to peace missions and development programs. As Iraq is influenced by Trump’s approach is not known. Previous governments have claimed, a necessity for the maintenance of the help to Iraq to combat the influence of neighboring Iran.

If the proposed budget is approved by Congress, more than $3 billion of the additional money that is aligned to, the defence expenditure would be allocated to the fight against IS, including $2 billion for a Fund, the Pentagon, the choice would be to go directly from these resources, where necessary, to support the counter-strategy.

Al-Abadi comes, that is already a concession of a Trump administration. The temporary ban on travelers from seven countries has been rewritten to exclude Iraq, according to several Iraqi officials and US lawmakers to the disputed Iraq in view of the risks and sacrifices that many Iraqis, the support of U.S. troops during and after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion, which led to the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. The rewritten ban was blocked by the courts in the United States.

Trump may also have to find, explain himself, comments on his first day in office, when he the United States rejected swore that there is a chance that Iraq’s oil as compensation for his efforts-something that al-Abadi, and later, the Minister of defense of Jim Mattis.

Al-Abadi took power in the year 2014, according to Iraq’s long-serving Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, who was pushed by his own party for its failures to cap the flood of the fighter. At one point, the radical Sunni group, about a third of Iraq, dominated.

Since then, the Iraqi military is consulting seen significant military victories has been supported with the help of an international coalition with airstrikes and weapons, as well as a robust and support the operation.

The United States, around 5,200 U.S. forces in Iraq has sent, but this number includes not a few thousand forces there on temporary duty, or counting the not in the military personnel, the accounting system for other reasons.

In neighboring Syria, the U.S. has more than 700 boots on the ground. It is the relocation of work is the US quietly behind the scenes, the Syria-toxic game comes out, turning instead in the direction of the display of American force in an attempt to shape the struggle of the efforts to recapture the Islamic state’s de facto capital, Raqqa.


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