The American president Donald Trump is rethinking how quickly he and his army from Syria will pull back, says senator Lindsey Graham after a meeting with Trump.
Graham had a Sunday conversation with Trump about the withdrawal of the soldiers, because the senator did not agree with the plans of the president.
According to Graham, the U.S. would the Kurdish allies in that case, betrayed, and would Iran allow Israel easier to threaten.
After the conversation was Graham reassured. Trump would have said that Islamic State (IS) should be completely defeated and that the Us army, and only then will retreat.
“We are not yet fully on a line, but the president thinks hard about what he can best do,” said Graham. “I’m sure that he and his generals have a plan figured out where I stand.”
He didn’t get in the way in which the president’s decision to re-evaluate. The New York Times writes that Graham may be mentioned that Trump his military leaders, has said that more than thirty days have to have a good reduction of troops.
Trump brought in Christmas a surprise visit to an American army base in Iraq. According to Graham he has noticed how necessary it is to defeat.
Graham, a leading Republican senator in the Senate for the military and deals with national security.
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