Trump unloads on Syria, indictment, Doral controversy, says he is allowed to run the country’

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President Trump vented his frustration Monday about the criticism against him over the recent controversies, including Syria’s pullout decision, the site for the year 2020 at the G-7 summit and the house of the “illegitimate” prosecution’s request, as she says: “the President of the United States should be allowed to run the country, not the focus on this kind of crap.”

The President spoke to journalists prior to a Cabinet meeting in the White house, striking an uncompromising tone as he defended his withdrawal of U.S. military from Northern Syria, claims that his decision was a delivery of a 2016-to bring campaign promise, the US troops home.


“Where is the agreement that says we have to stay in the Middle East for the rest of humanity? For the rest of the civilization, for the protection of the Kurds? We have very good care of them,” Trump. “We are bringing back our troops home. I have chosen, by our troops home.”

To push earlier this month, Trump, the majority of about 1,000 U.S. troops in Syria to resign after officials said the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made it clear in a telephone conversation that his forces were ordered to invade Syria Kurdish forces. Turkey has as many of the Kurdish fighters to terrorists. Several hundred U.S. troops currently in the southern Syrian Outpost, but it is usually against the threats from Iran.

The President, in spite of the growing criticism in the course of movement on long-standing military relations with the Kurdish armed forces, has claimed that the Kurds “are going to be safe,” and notes that “the United States never agreed to it, to protect [them] for the rest of your life.”

Last week, the President sent a letter to Erdoğan and him to encourage “work-out is a good thing,” threatens to “destroy” the Turkish economy if he continues his aggression against the Kurds.

“I’m trying to get out of the wars, we may have to get—we are better prepared than we ever were,” Trump said, noting that he has his eye on Iran and warned that the country “could be a hit as you never hit been before.”

But Trump Democrats went to blow up in Congress, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the formal charges request in it.


“I think these people, it is terrible what you are doing, Pelosi, Devious ship, Schumer—these people are trying to destroy the country,” Trump said. “It is a very bad thing you do.”

“You want to charge me, because it’s the only way you are gonna win” Trump. “It is, therefore, illegitimate. It is the way of our great founder can not be meant.”

He went on to say: “the President of the United States to run the country should not have to focus on this kind of crap-while at the same time, do a great job on Syria, and Turkey, and all the other things we do.”

The impeachment investigation has been triggered, said a whistleblower suit, that the trumpet of the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, the Biden to launch an investigation of former Vice-President Joe and his son Hunter Biden had pushed on their operations in Ukraine—in particular, why the elder Biden put under pressure, the former Ukrainian President to fire a top Prosecutor who was investigating a natural gas company, where Hunter was sitting on the Board. The whistleblower complaint expressed concerns that Trump was not the power to seek a stranger, to influence the 2020 presidential election.

The President, the request came after millions in U.S. military aid for Ukraine have been frozen, something that critics cited as evidence of a quid-pro-quo arrangement. The White house and the President’s allies have, however, any kind of quid pro quo, and the three-piece denied have maintained that they had “nothing wrong”.

The President shifted his focus to the controversy surrounding his proposal, the host of the 2020 G-7 summit in his property—the Trump National Doral Golf Club outside of Miami, Florida. The White house announced last week that the resort would host the international summit, but after attacks from Democrats and the ethical concerns that the President personally to benefit from an official state event, the White house backed down.


“Doral was a very simple situation,” he said, noting he planned to host the event, there is “no cost.” “It would have been nice, but the Democrats are crazy, even if I would have done it free.”

“‘Oh, you get promotion,’—I continue to get more publicity than any human being who ever lived, some good, some bad, the people like me that just give me the good, the people who don’t like me you just give me badly—I don’t need promotion,” he continued.


“I was willing to do this for you for free. It is the largest G-7 would always be,” he said.

Trump went on to explain that he is donating his presidential salary, which he says is about $450,000, while he, his company, his family and the familiar. He went to deliver fresh swipes at former President Barack Obama about his business arrangement with Netflix, and a book deal.

“I’m not said for sure that he can discuss once, while he was President, Yes, Yes,” Trump.

“You people with these fake pensions of officials clause,” he said. “I would say that it cost me between $2 and $5 billion, to be President—and if I do it again, I would. I’m going to make a big difference for our country.”

He added: “So, if I lost $2 billion or $ 5 billion, more or less, it makes no difference to me. If you are rich, it doesn’t make a difference…I do it for the country.”

Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin contributed to this report.

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